The Enemy from Within

Desjarlais Jr., Orville F.
December 2003
Airman;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p24
Reports on the guard of the 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron in the U.S. Radar trails from the Hill Air Force Base, Utah; Significance of the aerospace control and air defense missions; Role of the Federal Aviation Administration.


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