Shoot, Move, Communicate

Seydel, Carie A.
March 2002
Airman;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p24
Describes the works of combat controllers of the U.S. Air Force 321st Special Tactics Squadron stationed at Royal Air Force in Mildenhall, England. Attitude of controllers toward their jobs; Reason controllers are misunderstood.


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