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Col. Aaron Ullman, left, 3rd Air Support Operations Group commander, and Lt. Col. Frank Biancardi, outgoing 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, unfurl a guidon during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Lt. Col. Frank Biancardi, outgoing 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, passes the guidon to Col. Aaron Ullman, left, 3rd Air Support Operations Group commander during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Lt. Col. Frank Biancardi, outgoing 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, and Master Sgt. Daniel Nestor, 11th ASOS superintendent, place an unassembled guidon to rest during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Past and present members of the 11th Air Support Operations Squadron perform memorial pushups during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Lt. Col. Frank Biancardi, outgoing 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, gives remarks during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Lt. Col. Frank Biancardi, outgoing 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commander, gives his remarks during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Past and present 11th Air Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) commanders salute a formation of 11th ASOS Airmen during a squadron inactivation ceremony, June 21, 2018, at Fort Hood, Texas. As a part of the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., the 11th ASOS ‘Steel Eagles’ mission will remain unchanged as they continue to support Ft. Hood and absorb into the 9th ASOS. The enhanced 9th ASOS will continue to provide tactical air support to align with any U.S. Army unit that needs air support for their scheme of maneuver. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Daniel Snider)
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Senior Airman Nicholas Ward, left, and fellow 3d Air Support Operations Group Tactical Air Control Party specialist Airman 1st Class Jaron Maddox, records target threat areas to relay to pilots during a close-air support exercise as part of a Ft. Irwin, Calif. National Training Center rotation, Feb. 20, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Airman 1st Class Christopher Beeson, 3d Air Support Operations Group Tactical Air Control Party specialist, smiles prior to co-directing an air strike during a rotation at Ft. Irwin, California’s National Training Center, Feb. 20, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Senior Airman Joseph Schwartz, 14th Air Support Operations Squadron Joint Terminal Attack Controller, communicates target locations to pilots during a close-air support exercise as part of a Ft. Irwin, Califor., National Training Center rotation, Feb. 22, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Live-bombs delivered by aircraft from the guidance of 93d Air Ground Operations Wing Joint Terminal Attack Controllers, explode on a simulated battlefield during a rotation at Ft. Irwin, California’s, National Training Center, Feb. 22, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Staff Sgt. Michael Laird, National Training Center Joint Terminal Attack Controller observer, coach and trainer, radios in moving-target threats to pilots during a live-bomb exercise as part of Ft. Irwin, California’s NTC pre-deployment rotation, Feb. 22, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Joint Terminal Attack Controllers from the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing communicate target locations to pilots during a live-bomb exercise as part of Ft. Irwin, California’s National Training Center pre-deployment rotation, Feb. 22, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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An Army AH-64 Apache Guard flies past U.S. Army soldiers in the Mojave Desert mountains while staking out a simulated battlefield during a rotation at Ft. Irwin, California’s National Training Center, Feb. 23, 2018. During the month-long rotation, 93d Air Ground Operations Wing units embedded with approximately 4,000 soldiers in the largest force-on-force live-fire exercise in the world. The 93d AGOW provided tactical air control party support to enhance interoperability for major combat operations downrange. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Kristopher Day-Bottai, 3d Air Support Operations Group weather forecaster, discusses the importance of providing Army assets with accurate weather during an interview for pre-deployment training at Ft. Irwin, California’s National Training Center, Feb. 21, 2018. During their month-long NTC rotation, Air Force weather assets from the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing advised, trained and assisted Army units to exploit weather and environmental conditions as they battled mock adversaries. As the Army’s sole weather support asset, the training maximized integration in a hostile environment to enhance interoperability and assure mission success. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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Weather forecasters from the 3d Air Support Operations Group assemble a tactical meteorological observing system during a pre-deployment rotation at Ft. Irwin, California’s National Training Center, Feb. 21, 2018. During their month-long NTC rotation, Air Force weather assets from various units within the 93d Air Ground Operations Wing advised, trained and assisted Army units to exploit weather and environmental conditions as they battled mock adversaries. As the Army’s sole weather support asset, the training maximized integration in a hostile environment to enhance interoperability and assure mission success. (U.S. Air Force photo Senior Airman Greg Nash)
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