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Col. David Gaedecke, 552nd Air Control Wing commander, and Rich Sykes, Mayor of Mountain Home, Idaho cut the ribbon at the 726th Air Control Squadron ribbon cutting ceremony for their new compound August 18, 2016, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The new equipment will allow the 726th ACS to train the way they fight by providing identical equipment to what they deploy with. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Alaysia Berry/Released) 726th Air Control Squadron Celebrates New Renovations
The 726th Air Control Squadron held its official ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their newly renovated compound on base August 18, 2016.After seven months of renovations, the 726th ACS are now able to control air operations from a secure central facility.The new compound offers advanced training equipment systems that will enhance combat
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