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37th AS lead joint airborne training, keep Airmen mission-ready

Staff Sgt. Alex Braatz, 2nd Air Support Operations Squadron Tactical Air Control Party Airman, participates in a Joint Airborne Air Transportability Training exercise June 30, 2016, over France. The JA/ATT allowed both 2nd ASOS and 37th Airlift Squadron Airmen to test their career field abilities in an exercise environment to maintain mission-readiness for real-world scenarios. (U.S. Air force photo/Airman 1st Class Lane T. Plummer)

PHOTO BY: Lane Plummer
VIRIN: 160630-F-CT367-155.JPG
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