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    • Strength in small numbers

      Strength in small numbers

      Courtesy Story   |   U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa   |   06.29.2022

      Most people living in the United States have daily routines that involve using conveniences that we take for granted in our homes; we get out of bed in the morning, turn on lights, run the water, and plug in various devices. We generally do these things without a second thought. When supporting participants in a military exercise conducted in an austere environment, all these activities are......
      Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

    • Strength in small numbers

      Strength in small numbers

      Photo by Sgt. Don Troxell   |   U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa   |   06.29.2022

      U.S. Army Maj. Thomas Olesen, officer-in-charge of the Ben Ghilouf Training Area, and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony Rojas, life support non-commissioned officer-in-charge, both assigned to the 311th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, discuss a duty roster during African Lion 22 in Tunisia, June 23, 2022. The 311th ESC augments the U.S. Army Reserve’s 650th Regional Support Group in providing......
      Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

    • 349th Field Hospital combat medics at African Lion in Tunisia

      349th Field Hospital combat medics at African Lion in Tunisia

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Ian Safford   |   U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa   |   06.28.2022

      U.S. Army Reservist Spc. Estefania Patrick, a combat medic, 349th Field Hospital in Bell, California, prepares her patient’s ankle for a splint by first wrapping it with a pressure bandage during a medical training session at African Lion 22 in Bizerte, Tunisia, June 25, 2022. African Lion 2022 is U.S. Africa Command's largest, premier, joint, annual exercise hosted by Morocco, Ghana,......
      Hometown: Bell, CA

    • USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) conducts flight operations

      USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) conducts flight operations

      Photo by Seaman Oswald Felix   |   USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76)   |   06.26.2022

      220620-N-BR419-1095 PHILIPPINE SEA (June 20, 2022) Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Equipment) Airman Alfredo Montes, from Long Beach, California, prepares to guide an arresting wire as a C-2A Greyhound attached to the Providers of Fleet Logistics Squadron (VRC) 30, Det. 5, lands on the flight deck of the U.S. Navy’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). VRC 30 is a......
      Hometown: Long Beach, CA

    • MAGTF-7: Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment Close Air Support

      MAGTF-7: Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment Close Air Support

      Photo by Cpl. Sydney Smith   |   I Marine Expeditionary Force   |   06.25.2022

      U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Derek Barrera, a company joint terminal attack controller (JTAC) from Inglewood, California, assigned to Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Air-Ground Task Force 7 (MAGTF-7) “Ripper”, briefs a situation update code prior to executing close air support training aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD2), in the Pacific Ocean,......
      Hometown: Inglewood, CA

    • The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      Video by Walter Talens   |   Space Systems Command   |   06.23.2022

      USSF Col. Daniel Walter, Program Manager, Missile Warning, talks about why he is proud to serve, the significance of satellites like the Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Space Based Infrared System satellite (SBIRS GEO-6), and it's flight to Cape Canaveral on a C-5M Super Galaxy. Featuring: Col. Daniel Walter, USSF Program Manager, Missile Warning Space Systems Command (SSC)...
      Hometown: El Segundo, CA

    • The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      Video by Walter Talens   |   Space Systems Command   |   06.23.2022

      USSF Col. Daniel Walter, Program Manager, Missile Warning, talks about why he is proud to serve, the significance of satellites like the Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Space Based Infrared System satellite (SBIRS GEO-6), and it's flight to Cape Canaveral on a C-5M Super Galaxy. Featuring: Col. Daniel Walter, USSF Program Manager, Missile Warning Space Systems Command (SSC)...
      Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

    • The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      The importance of the SBIRS constellation

      Video by Walter Talens   |   Space Systems Command   |   06.23.2022

      USSF Col. Daniel Walter, Program Manager, Missile Warning, talks about why he is proud to serve, the significance of satellites like the Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Space Based Infrared System satellite (SBIRS GEO-6), and it's flight to Cape Canaveral on a C-5M Super Galaxy. Featuring: Col. Daniel Walter, USSF Program Manager, Missile Warning Space Systems Command (SSC)...
      Hometown: Los Angeles Air Force Base, CA

    • B-Roll: Time-lapse of SBIRS GEO-6 transport on C-5M Super Galaxy

      B-Roll: Time-lapse of SBIRS GEO-6 transport on C-5M Super Galaxy

      Video by Walter Talens   |   Space Systems Command   |   06.23.2022

      Time-lapse video of Loadmasters from the 60th Air Mobility Wing and Lockheed Martin Space unload the sixth Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Space Based Infrared System satellite (SBIRS GEO-6) from a C-5M Super Galaxy at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Fla., June 2, 2022. The satellite was taken to a processing facility to undergo testing and fueling prior to encapsulation. GEO-6 is expected to......
      Hometown: El Segundo, CA

    • B-Roll: Time-lapse of SBIRS GEO-6 transport on C-5M Super Galaxy

      B-Roll: Time-lapse of SBIRS GEO-6 transport on C-5M Super Galaxy

      Video by Walter Talens   |   Space Systems Command   |   06.23.2022

      Time-lapse video of Loadmasters from the 60th Air Mobility Wing and Lockheed Martin Space unload the sixth Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Space Based Infrared System satellite (SBIRS GEO-6) from a C-5M Super Galaxy at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Fla., June 2, 2022. The satellite was taken to a processing facility to undergo testing and fueling prior to encapsulation. GEO-6 is expected to......
      Hometown: Los Angeles, CA