Airspace controllers exercise to support contingencies

GEROLSTEIN, Germany – Airmen from the 606th Air Control Squadron push pallet of cables through the mud to their training site for Eifel Strike 2012 July 12 here. Eifel Strike is an annual field training exercise in which Airmen build a controlled radar site, and a control and reporting center to work and live from for a week. Exercises like this help Spangdahlem Airmen prepare for contingency operations around the world. It also designed to give them the practice, skills and experience they need to deploy efficiently and effectively within a moment’s notice. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Natasha Stannard/Released)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Natasha StannardReleased
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