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US Air Force STAFF Sergeant David Miller, a Cable/Antenna systems technician from the 341st Communications Squadron, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, climbs up a communications tower to perform maintenance on a cable at Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. SSGT Miller is part of the coalition forces of the 363rd Air Expeditionary Wing, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, that enforce the no-fly and no-drive zone in Southern Iraq to protect and defend against Iraqi aggression in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant David Miller, a Cable/Antenna systems technician from the 341st Communications Squadron, Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, climbs up a communications tower to perform maintenance on a cable at Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. SSGT Miller is part of the coalition forces of the 363rd Air Expeditionary Wing, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia, that enforce the no-fly and no-drive zone in Southern Iraq to protect and defend against Iraqi aggression in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: SOUTHERN WATCH

Base: Prince Sultan Air Base

Country: Saudi Arabia (SAU)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Sean M. Worrell, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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21/10/2000
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