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U.S. Air National Guard Staff Sgts. Neil Carranza (left) and Ricky Meno, security forces supervisors with the 407th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, sit for a photo May 10, 2017, at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group. The Airmen ensures only authorized personnel and vehicles enter the installation by providing vehicle search and additional overwatch via towers, cameras and other sensors at the 407th AEG. Both are traditional guardsmen with the 254th Security Forces Squadron at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander W. Riedel) Island Defenders: Guam guardsmen protect expeditionary base, coalition mission
Security forces members deployed from the 254th Security Forces Squadron of the Guam Air National Guard secure access points to the installation and patrol perimeter fencelines and facilities of the 407th Air Expeditionary Group.
0 6/05
2017
Live, Virtual, and Constructive training capability is the appropriate and efficient integration and interoperability of real and synthetic people and systems in order to more effectively train forces. “Believe the unbelievable”: Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 17 enhances interoperability with Live, Virtual, Constructive training
Live, Virtual, and Constructive training is revolutionizing the way the military conducts training operations. More importantly, it’s changing the way the Department of Defense jointly develops, prepares and engages enemy forces during real-world contingencies in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.
0 5/04
2017
U.S. Staff Sgt. Barret Chappelle, a 354th Security Forces military working dog (MWD) handler, works with MWD Cage at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, March 7, 2016. Military working dogs from Eielson work alongside the human defenders who stand “Ready to go at 50 below” 24 hours a day protecting assets at the top of the world in the U.S. Air Force’s Pacific theater of operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel/Released) Paws below zero
Every paw press into powder dry snow produces a sharp shriek in to the dark frigid air only heard in negative temperatures. Not a breath through the wet, black nostrils isn’t without effort inhaling painful sniffs intent on detecting deadly explosives, drugs or intruders. Military working dogs from the 354th Security Forces Squadron march alongside the human defenders who stand “Ready to go at 50 below” 24 hours a day protecting assets that set atop the world in the U.S. Air Force’s Pacific theater of operations.
0 4/18
2016
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