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Joint Terminal Attack Controllers Course

Brigadier General Michael Hepner, 138th Fighter Wing Commander, speaks with students at the 138th FW Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) course, located at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma Army National Guard Training Facility. The school provides Air National Guard tactical air control party (TACP) students with the highest quality career field education and training in order to standardize and expedite the overall JTAC training pipeline. Students who complete the 8 week intensive program are expected to return to their home units ready for a combat mission ready TACP checkout. Training covers communications, shooting, small unit tactics, off road driving, equipment, navigation, and close air support basics. The training program was recently relocated from Ft. Sill Army post to the Army National Guard Training Facility located in Braggs, Oklahoma. (National Guard photo by Master Sergeant Preston Chasteen/Released)

PHOTO BY: Master Sergeant Preston ChasteenReleased
VIRIN: 120730-Z-IF821-002.JPG
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