Balkan Traffic Cops

Caddell, Chesley W.
April 2001
Airman;Apr2001, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p46
Provides information on the Balkans Combined Air Operations Center, an organization that maintains the air traffic throughout the Balkan Peninsula, which is based at Tomaso Dal Molin Military Airport, Vicenza, Italy. Services provided by the center to the peace-keeping operations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in the Balkans; Description of the jobs of airmen in the center; How the center addresses the needs of several airmen working in a combined, multinational environment.


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