Texas airmen and soldiers train together in a simulated deployed environment

Posted On: March 8, 2016

Tactical air control party airmen assigned to the 147th Air Support Operations Squadron, 147th Reconnaissance Wing based at Ellington Field in Houston, work closely with soldiers from the Texas Army National Guard's 197th Special Troops Support Company March 5, 2016 at Camp Swift near Bastrop, Texas. The Air Guardsmen performed close air support and an assault with the soldiers and Army aviators to locate a high value target in a simulated combat environment. (Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Chasity Lollis/Released)
Photo by Senior Airman Chasity Lollis
Tactical air control party airmen assigned to the 147th Air Support Operations Squadron, 147th Reconnaissance Wing based at Ellington Field in Houston, work closely with soldiers from the Texas Army National Guard's 197th Special Troops Support Company March 5, 2016 at Camp Swift near Bastrop, Texas. The Air Guardsmen performed close air support and an assault with the soldiers and Army aviators to locate a high value target in a simulated combat environment. (Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Chasity Lollis/Released)