Two nations, one mission: U.S. TACP, Thai CCT join forces
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tim Williams, tactical air control party joint terminal attack controller assigned to the 116th Air Support Operations Squadron, Washington Air National Guard, reviews tactics and procedures prior to calling in a simulated close air support attack during COPE Tiger 19 at Royal Thai Air Force Chandy Range, Thailand, March 15, 2019. Two U.S. Air Force TACP/JTACs conducted a subject matter exchange with three Thai combat control team airmen during COPE Tiger 2019, a two-week multilateral field training exercise. COPE Tiger not only involved flying operations but also offers combat maneuver support opportunities for troops on the ground, utilizing airpower from the U.S. Air Force, Royal Thai air force, and Republic of Singapore air force on a simulated battlefield. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Melanie A. Hutto)
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