Col. James Boster, 14th Operations Group Commander, poses for a photo with Lt. Col. Jeffrey Hogan, Afghan A-29 Light Air Support training unit commander, and Col. Chad Franks, 23rd Wing Commander after the arrival of the first A-29 Super Tucano Sept. 26 at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia. The A-29 training unit at Moody is currently Detachment 1 of the 14th Operations Group, 14th Flying Training Wing headquartered at Columbus AFB, Mississippi. The Afghan A-29 Light Air Support training mission will begin at Moody in February 2015. The A-29 will provide offensive and defensive aerial fires capability and reconnaissance and surveillance capability within Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillian Bamman)

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