Defender training

July 2004
Airman;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p7
Profiles Senior Airman, James Mc-Gregor, a vehicle operator with the 2632nd Air Expeditionary Force Truck Co., scans the horizon for potential threats in preparation for upcoming convoy operations throughout the region in Southwest Asia. Educational attainment; Experience background.


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