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Airman 1st Class Patrick Donovan, 607th Air Communications Squadron command and control systems administrator, checks the configuration of a server in the Korean Combat Operations Intelligence Center during Exercise Key Resolve/Foal Eagle March 18. The 607 ACOMS is responsible for fielding new and ensuring current communications are available to allow the supporting weapon system divisions to provide their products to Combat Operations to execute the Air Tasking Order. (USAF photo by Staff Sgt. Alex Saltekoff)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Alex Saltekoff
VIRIN: 090318-F-0248S-020.JPG
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