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Joint Task Force-Bravo
Joint Task Force-Bravo
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1-228 Aviation Regiment
612th Air Base Squadron
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Army Support Activity
Photo By: (U.S. Navy photo by Master-at-Arms 1st Class John Carson)
1-228th Aviation Regiment and U.S. Navy build Central American support capability
El 1-228 Regimiento de Aviación y la Armada de EE.UU. desarrollan capacidad de apoyo en Centroamérica
Coast of El Salvador, El Salvador - A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter assigned to Joint Task Force-Bravo’s 1-228th Aviation Regiment makes an approach to the deck of the Freedom-variant littoral combat ship USS Billings (LCS 15) during deck landing qualification training off the coast of El Salvador, July 16, 2022. Achieving and maintaining deck landing qualifications ensures flight crews are mission ready to support any humanitarian assistance, disaster relief or other contingency operations across the Unites States Southern Command area of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Master-at-Arms 1st Class John Carson)
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