Two German Air Force Joint Terminal Air Controllers, assigned to the Air Control Operations Center in Kalkar, Germany, conduct training inside the Advanced JTAC Training System during Bold Quest 14.2 held on Holloman AFB from May 12-22. The Advanced JTAC Training System is a five meter 360, degree-dome that allows JTAC's and forward observers to train in a large variety of terrain while using the same equipment they would normally deploy with. Nearly 800 military and civilian personnel from eight partner countries that have traveled to Holloman to test the real-world integration of their close air support equipment and personnel. Bold Quest 14.2 is the latest in its series and the first to be held in New Mexico. Previous events have been held in Indiana, North Carolina, Florida, Nevada, and Georgia, and internationally in Norway and the United Kingdom. For operational security reasons, the names of the JTAC's have been withheld. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Joe Laws/Released)
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