Band of Gypsies

Tudor, Jason
August 2002
Airman;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p22
Features the U.S. Air Force air control squadrons. Deployment from locations around the world; Offer of a piece of the airborne battlefield picture to theater commanders; Nomadic lifestyle.


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