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Tucson ANG specialized team returns to in-person, combined training to support domestic operations

Tech. Sgt. Rhoda Smith (right) and Msgt Antonio Jurado, 162nd FSS Specialists, review data on the National Guard’s interoperability network platform that is used by the CERFP components for command and control communications.

PHOTO BY: Maj. Angela Walz
VIRIN: 220413-Z-NO214-1735.JPG
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