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Corey Casey, 1st Special Operations Range Support specialist

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Corey Casey, 1st Special Operations Range Support specialist

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Corey Casey, 1st Special Operations Range Support specialist opposition forces, radios additional objectives to OPFOR members during a task force exercise on Eglin Range Complex, Fla., July 27, 2015. Exercise scenarios included downed aircraft site security and armed escort. Through the scenarios, DAGRE was able to accomplish multiple training objectives including close quarters combat, small unit tactics, flight deck denial, fly away security, close air support, casualty evacuation and more. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Meagan Schutter)

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27/07/2015
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