AEF: Training, Going, Gone

Desjarlais Jr., Orville F.
July 2004
Airman;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p18
Reports on the responsibilities of Air Force Personnel working on the Expeditionary Force Center. Design of the military installation; Purposes of the institution; Tasks provided by the personnel inside the center. INSET: Frequently asked questions.


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