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Tracking equipment and plotting boards in use in the AN/TSQ-91 Tactical Air Control Center during joint readiness training exercise SOLID SHIELD '77

Tracking equipment and plotting boards in use in the AN/TSQ-91 Tactical Air Control Center during joint readiness training exercise SOLID SHIELD '77

A view of a camouflaged AN/TPS-43 tactical 3-D radar antenna located behind the Tactical Air Control Center during joint readiness training exercise SOLID SHIELD '77

A plotting screen in the AN/TSQ-91 Tactical Air Control Center during joint readiness training exercise SOLID SHIELD '77

LTJG Hugh O'Doherty, a Coast Guard helicopter pilot, plots an air support operation in the Tactical Air Control Center during joint services exercise Solid Shield '77. Assisting him are CPT Kenneth LaPlante and MSGT Feliciano Guzman, both of the Army's Special Forces

Airmen work in the automated Tactical Air Control Center (TACC)

Camouflage covers equipment of the 507th Tactical Air Control Center during the multinational joint service Exercise BRIGHT STAR '85

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 2nd Class Miguel Parra, and PETTY Officer 2nd Class Tina Austin, Air Traffic Controllers, Tactical Air Control Squadron 22 (TACRON-22), man the Tactical Air Control Center aboard the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7) on Aug. 30, 2006. The IWO JIMA is on a six-month deployment to the Gulf of Aden in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Joshua T. Rodriguez) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Thurgood Lane, Air Traffic Controller, Tactical Air Control Squadron 22 (TACRON-22), mans the Tactical Air Control Center aboard the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7) on Aug. 30, 2006. The IWO JIMA is on a six-month deployment to the Gulf of Aden in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Joshua T. Rodriguez) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Anthony Faieta, Operation's SPECIALIST, Tactical Air Control Squadron 22 (TACRON-22), mans the Tactical Air Control Center aboard the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7) on Aug. 30, 2006. The IWO JIMA is on a six-month deployment to the Gulf of Aden in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Joshua T. Rodriguez) (Released)

U.S. Navy Operation's Specialists and Air Traffic Controllers, Tactical Air Control Squadron 22 (TACRON-22), man the Tactical Air Control Center aboard the Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS IWO JIMA (LHD 7) on Aug. 30, 2006. The IWO JIMA is on a six-month deployment to the Gulf of Aden in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Joshua T. Rodriguez) (Released)

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