The OSAA, based at Davison Army Airfield on Fort Belvoir, Va., provides fixed-wing pilots and crews to fly reconnaissance and surveillance missions in direct support and contact with troops on the ground in Afghanistan, the Sinai, and the Horn of Africa and now throughout the United States. OSAA pilots and aircraft require a set number of flight hours each month. Partnering with the OSAA allows pilots to meet their flight time and aircraft utilization needs while reducing transportation costs the First Army incurred during the planning and execution of training. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Olivia Cobiskey)
|Date Posted:||03.12.2013 10:45|
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