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  • Emerald Warrior combat search and rescue training

    A distinct and repetitious sound rumbles through the air above Avon Park Air Force Range, Florida as a U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft violently unleashes 4,200 rounds per minute from its 30mm hydraulic rotary cannon, breathing fire upon its target.The A-10s from the 107th Fighter

  • Special Tactics simulates chaos, combat in Estonian village

    Combat controllers sprint through the small, rustic village bearing plate carriers and radios, ducking behind buildings for cover, calling in coordinates and relaying information to the ground force commander. The citizens were imagined as enemy combatants, the village homes into targets for