Lithuanian Joint Terminal Attack Controllers practice their skills using simulations equipment at JMRC
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Caleb Barrieau
Lithuanian Special Operations soldiers apply training they have received from current U.S. Joint Terminal Attack Controllers at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, as they practice using advanced simulations equipment where they can conduct full missions prior to executing the tactics in the field. JTAC Soldiers execute complex air-to-ground missions that integrate ground-based radio operations with fixed and rotary wing aircraft in combat environments. The training they receive at JMRC with its advanced simulations and real life squad tactics lanes will prepare them for real combat scenarios.
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