Georgia Guard combat communications and air control squadrons join forces for air war exercise

A client systems journeyman with the 283rd Combat Communications Squadron (CCS) from Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia Air National Guard, terminates the end of a Cat-5 cable for a Theater Deployable Communications System during the Sentry Savannah 15-2 exercise at The Air Dominance Center, Savannah, Ga., May 8, 2015. Sentry Savannah is a National Guard Bureau sponsored training event with a focus on Joint Dissimilar Air Combat Training and 5th Generation Fighter Integration. It offers a chance for fighter pilots to participate in war simulations that depict what they would face in real-world scenarios. During the exercise the 283rd CBCS provided NIPR, SIPR, and voice services to the 117th Air Control Squadron Air Battle Element and extended service to their deployed radar site. Working together the two units provided vital data to help the fighter pilots complete their missions. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by the 116th Air Control Wing Public Affairs/Released) (Name of military member has been blurred and withheld for security purposes)

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