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  • Alaska TACPs climb to new heights

    Tactical air control party specialists assigned to Detachment 1, 3rd Air support Operations Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, held mountaineering training at Sunshine Ridge, Alaska, July 20 and 22, 2022. The training consisted of leaning how to use rock climbing tools and techniques

  • 25th ASOS demonstrates JADC2 capabilities

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) commander, visited the 25th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) at Wheeler Army Airfield. Hawaii, April 23.

  • Managing the battlefield, JTACs captialize on A-10 capabilities

    U.S. Air Force Joint Terminal Attack Controllers, or JTACs, are a part of specialized Tactical Air Control Party teams, who along with other supporting personnel, have the responsibility of calling in airstrikes on the right targets when and where needed. These Airmen are often imbedded with U.S.

  • Arctic Anvil executes multi-domain operations on a large-scale

    During the last RED FLAG-Alaska exercise of the year, forces banded together for Arctic Anvil, a military training exercise which took place Oct. 9-21 at the Donnelly Training Area near Fort Greely.Arctic Anvil is a joint, multi-national, force-on-force training exercise that included live, virtual

  • TACP Airmen raise bar during Cascade Challenge 2016

    Walking through terrain consistent to a wet sponge for hours that seemed like days; their boots are soaked and feet pruned.Dehydration sets in and cramping starts, but they keep going one step at a time because they know the pain is only temporary and there is a competition to be won.