Lackey, Sue A.
December 2004
Sea Power;Dec2004, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p10
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Features the Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGELICO), the only unit qualified to plan, execute and control U.S. supporting arms fire for joint and combined forces worldwide. Development of ANGELICO; Focus of the company's mission; Use by ANGELICO teams of the small-unit tactics of Special Operations; Importance of ANGELICO's Joint Tactical Air Controllers expertise to U.S. and coalition forces.


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