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  • 2 ASOS hosts exercise Agile Fury 21

    There was a job to do: train to stay lethal, and it was a group of U.S. Air Force non-commissioned officers who made it happen during Agile Fury 21, a week-long bilateral air-to-ground exercise hosted by the 2nd Air Support Operations Squadron, which ended March 11.
  • Brig. Gen. Ireland visits 2 ASOS during Agile Fury 21

    Tactical Air Control Party Airmen train on scenarios involving ground operations, close air support and reconnaissance during the week-long exercise.
  • Lt. Gen. Basham visits 2 ASOS during Agile Fury 21

    Tactical Air Control Party Airmen train on scenarios involving ground operations, close air support and reconnaissance during the week-long exercise.
  • 4th ASOG supports Dynamic Front 18

    Tactical Air Control Party members assigned to the 4th Air Support Operations Group Detachment 1, participated in the U.S. Army led exercise Dynamic Front 18, held Feb. 23-March 10, 2018, at U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria, in Grafenwohr, Germany.
  • Let it rain: Simulator keeps JTACs ready

    A Royal Air Force Regiment joint terminal attack controller calls for a simulated air strike in a JTAC virtual simulator March 6, 2018, at U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria in Vilseck, Germany. Airmen assigned to the 2nd Air Support Operations Squadron run the simulator to help JTACs retain their certifications. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman
  • USAFE WPC introduces new domed simulator

    The United States Air Forces in Europe Warrior Preparation Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony highlighting the delivery and operational status of the new Joint Terminal Attack Controller domed simulator Nov. 2, 2017.A JTAC’s job is to direct the action of combat aircraft engaged in close air support. The domed simulator, named Joint Terminal
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