A Look Inside AETC

TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Air Traffic Controllers Senior Airman Russell Wilcox, and Airmen First Class James Hilliard and Jacob Williams, and Staff Sgt. Samantha Ross from the 325th Operations Support Squadron at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., operate the Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System in the base Radar Approach Control Facility in August 2009. The 325th Fighter Wing’s mission is to provide world-class training to guarantee air dominance for America. It accomplishes this objective by training F-15C Eagle and F-22 Raptor pilots and maintenance personnel. The wing also conducts training for F-15 and F-22 intelligence officers, officer and enlisted air traffic controllers, and air battle managers all for the Combat Air Forces. The 325th Fighter Wing has more than 3,000 personnel and an inventory of 53 F-15s and 29 F-22s. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lisa Norman)

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