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Proficiency training
Tactical Air Control Party Airmen with the 124th Air Support Operations Squadron conduct proficiency training on various vehicle, radio and weapons systems at Saylor Creek Air Force Range, Idaho, May 8, 2023. As the dedicated liaisons between ground forces and supporting aircraft, ASOS members must maintain proficiency in various equipment to assist their host units better. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Joseph Morgan)

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Photo by: SSgt. Joseph R. Morgan |  VIRIN: 230508-Z-VT588-9691.JPG