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MAC Command senior staff personnel in their area overlooking the command post for the Military Airlift Command (MAC) headquarters at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Exact Date Shot Unknown

MAC Command senior staff personnel in their area overlooking the command post for the Military Airlift Command (MAC) headquarters at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Exact Date Shot Unknown

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Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Country: Unknown

Scene Camera Operator: Ken Hackman

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files
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Date

01/10/1987
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Source

The U.S. National Archives
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African natives prepare for air attack. Guarding against possible enemy attacks in Africa, crack veterans of the Battle of Britain are instructing African natives in anti-aircraft units. In the foreground, officers in the command post keep their eyes on the target as the gun immediately ahead of them fires. The command post is referred to as the "Brain Trust" by the gunners

AN interior view of a command post during exercise Purple Duck, a deployment from Yokota Air Base, Japan, to Kwang Ju Air Base for joint operation readiness maneuvers with Korean troopers

314th Air Division members work in the command post during exercise Team Spirit '81

Pilots from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 161 (HMM-161) use a CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter to airlift a communications trailer to a command post. The Marines are participating in Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

An AMTRAC (LVTP-7) moves pretty fast down a rusty road. The Marines in the LVTP-7 have just received orders from the command post and are responding. This is part of Operation CAX 1-2-82, held at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

This LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicle is the command post for the Bravo command group and is traveling at a moderate speed during Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

A right front view of an E-4 advanced airborne command post (AABNCP) on the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) simulator for the testing