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Iraqi army officers learn to integrate Iraqi air force into ground operations

Capt. Kenneth Howell of Trenton, N.J., demonstrates communications procedures to Iraqi army officers as Maj. Assad Farhan, an Iraqi air force pilot, translates the radio transmissions as they occur. The demonstration was part of an Iraqi Fires Observer course in which the Iraqi officers learned to integrate the Iraqi air force into army operations. Howell is an ordnance officer assigned to the 321st AEAW, ITAM-AF, and Farhan is a CH 2000 pilot assigned to the recently activated 70th Iraqi Air Force Squadron, Ali Air Base. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Nathaniel G. Johnson)



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This work, Iraqi army officers learn to integrate Iraqi air force into ground operations [Image 4 of 10], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.07.2011

Date Posted:02.16.2011 08:55

Photo ID:367818

VIRIN:110207-A-#####-007

Resolution:2896x1944

Size:1.31 MB

Location:NASIRIYAH, IQGlobe

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