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    Video by Sgt. Pedro Arroyo 

    164th Air Defense Artillery Brigade

    Have you ever wondered how the US Army's Air Defense Battle Management System Operator (14G) and Air and Missile Defense Crew Member (14S) work together to keep us safe? As a 14G, Soldiers are responsible for operating and maintaining the Army's tactical command and control systems, such as the Sentinel Aerial Surveillance Radar, which provides real-time situational awareness and situational understanding of the battlefield. Meanwhile, the 14S is responsible for engaging hostile targets using air and missile defense systems, including the short-range Avenger air defense system. These two occupations work together to identify potential threats and neutralize hostile aerial targets. Sgt. Jesse M. Temperilli, a Soldier with the 3-265th Air Defense Artillery Battalion explains his duties and responsibilities while serving as a 14G with the Florida Army National Guard. (Video by Sgt. Pedro A Arroyo)



    Date Taken: 05.03.2023
    Date Posted: 05.03.2023 15:37
    Category: Interviews
    Video ID: 882046
    VIRIN: 230503-A-RR522-998
    Filename: DOD_109614017
    Length: 00:02:00
    Location: FL, US

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