U.S. Army Maj. Tony Somogyi, commander, and Master Sgt. Greg Clancy, first sergeant, both Colorado Army National Guardsmen, raise the colors for the first time over the new High-altitude Army National Guard Aviation Training Site in Gypsum, Colo., April 26, 2013. HAATS, which is operated by the Colorado Army National Guard, is the only Department of Defense school that conducts power management and environmental training at high altitudes for rotary-wing aviators from all components of the U.S. military and international military students. The new, state-of-the-art 14-acre facility will allow the HAATS staff to more efficiently and effectively conduct operations while doubling student throughput. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Cheresa D. Theiral)
|Date Posted:||05.01.2013 17:01|
|Location:||GYPSUM, CO, US|
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