Forward air controllers share techniques

August 1998
Airman;Aug98, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p10
Focuses on the training course developed to teach North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forward air control procedures and techniques. Attendees; Countries represented; Activities performed by students in the training course.


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