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Despite government shutdown, ANGLICO Marines train hard – prepare for vital JTAC role

U.S. Marine joint terminal attack controllers, forward air controllers and radio operators from the 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company Supporting Arms Liaison Team Delta, from Camp Pendleton, Calif., clear an enemy compound as they search for chemical weapons, during exercise Mountain Roundup 2013 at Juniper Butte Range, about 70 miles from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Oct. 8, 2013. JTACs can change the course of any firefight or any enemy worldwide in a defensive posture by deterring the enemy from firing on friendly forces, or can go kinetic and make sure those insurgents will never fire on a friendly soldier again. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace/RELEASED)



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This work, Despite government shutdown, ANGLICO Marines train hard – prepare for vital JTAC role [Image 2 of 10], by MSgt Kevin Wallace, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.08.2013

Date Posted:10.10.2013 01:47

Photo ID:1033202

VIRIN:131008-F-WU507-200

Resolution:2160x1442

Size:1.75 MB

Location:MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, ID, USGlobe

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Despite government shutdown, ANGLICO Marines train hard – prepare for vital JTAC role

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