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Four A-29 Super Tucanos arrive in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 20, 2017, before the beginning of the 2017 fighting season. The aircraft will bolster the Afghan Air Force's inventory from eight to 12 A-29s in country. Airmen from Train, Advise, Assist Command-Air, as part of Resolute Support Mission, work in tandem with their Afghan counterparts fostering a working relationship and fortifying confidence in the mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jordan Castelan) A-29s arrive at Kabul in time for fighting season
Four A-29 Super Tucano light-attack aircraft arrived for duty at Kabul Air Wing, Kabul, Afghanistan, March 20, 2017, where they will be used by the Afghan Air Force for close-air attack, air interdiction, escort and armed reconnaissance. The latest arrivals, which traveled from Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, bring the AAF A-29 inventory from eight to 12 aircraft in country.
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2017
Lt. Col. Jose Lasso, the Train, Advise, Assist Command-Air deputy director of logistics, is welcomed by Afghan Air Force Brig. Gen. Abdul Qudratullah, the Shindand Air Wing commander, at Herat, Afghanistan, March 1, 2017. The meeting was an opportunity for TAAC-Air advisors in various career fields from logistics, maintenance, safety, intelligence, civil engineer and C-130 Hercules flight crews to meet with their counterparts to train and advise, as well as assess the current mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Veronica Pierce) TAAC-Air Shindand visit leads to Afghan Air Force cost savings
Advisors with Train, Advise, Assist Command-Air traveled to Shindand Air Wing, Herat, Afghanistan, to meet with Afghan Air Force wing leaders on March 1, 2017.
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2017
Tech. Sgt. Richard Embrey, a Train Advise Assist Command-Air Mi-17 Intermediate Maintenance Squadron advisor, advises an Afghan Air Force member during a 100-hour inspection on a Mi-17 at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, March 2, 2016. As a functional command, TAAC-Air assists our Afghan partners to develop a professional, capable and sustainable force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Robert Cloys) TAAC-Air work with Afghan AF to build sustainable force
A small group of Train Advise Assist Command–Air advisors make up the 441st and 442nd air expeditionary advisory squadrons at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. Both squadrons are focused on working shoulder to shoulder with the Afghan Air Force to develop a professional, capable and sustainable air force.
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2016
Four A-29 Super Tucanos arrive at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Afghanistan, Jan. 15, 2016. The aircraft will be added to the Afghan Air Force’s inventory in the spring of 2016. The A-29 is a light air support aircraft capable of conducting close air support, aerial escort, armed overwatch and aerial interdiction. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Nathan Lipscomb) Afghan Air Force receives first four A-29s
The U.S. Air Force delivered four A-29 Super Tucanos to the Afghan Air Force Jan. 15 at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Afghanistan.
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2016
Default Air Force Logo Air advisors reduce mid-air risks
Many Afghan helicopter pilots have years of flying experience, so when 19 hazardous traffic reports were recorded in January and February at Jalalabad; Train, Assist, Advise Command (TAAC) air advisors were not only surprised but concerned, and knew the issue had to be addressed immediately.
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2015
TAAC-Air Patch (Courtesy photo) TAAC-Air speaks of mission in its new name
For more than seven years, NATO Air Training Command – Afghanistan has been working side-by-side with Afghan National Security Forces to build, strengthen and empower the Afghan air force. With the transition toward Resolute Support, as of Jan. 14, NATC-A has been renamed to Train, Advise, Assist Command – Air, or TAAC-Air
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2015
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