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Airmen from the 141st Air Control Squadron, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, pose for a group picture at Punta Borinquen Radar Site, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, May 6, 2021. From left: U.S. Air Force Capt. Abdiel Aponte, chief of training; Capt. Angel Rios, air battle manager; Staff Sgt. Esteban J. Aquino, electrical production specialist; Master Sgt. Steven Holliday, air surveillance technician; Master Sgt. Luis E. Ortiz, cyber transport craftsman; Master Sgt. Javier Ramirez, electrical production specialist. These Airmen were part of the 141st Air Control Squadron group that participated in this year's Southern Strike exercise in Gulfport, Mississippi, April 15-29, 2021. Southern Strike is hosted by the National Guard Bureau and is a total force, full-spectrum warfare training event. It incorporates National Guard, Active Duty and Reserve components in the exercise. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Eliezer Soto)
210506-Z-HM700-0004.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. Eliezer Soto

May 25, 2021
MUÑIZ AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Puerto Rico - Airmen from the 141st Air Control Squadron, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, pose for a group picture at Punta Borinquen Radar Site, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, May 6, 2021. From left: U.S. Air Force Capt. Abdiel Aponte, chief of training; Capt. Angel Rios, air battle manager; Staff Sgt. Esteban J. Aquino, electrical production specialist; Master Sgt. Steven Holliday, air surveillance technician; Master Sgt. Luis E. Ortiz, cyber transport craftsman; Master Sgt. Javier Ramirez, electrical production specialist. These Airmen were part of the 141st Air Control Squadron group that participated in this year's Southern Strike exercise in Gulfport, Mississippi, April 15-29, 2021. Southern Strike is hosted by the National Guard Bureau and is a total force, full-spectrum warfare training event. It incorporates National Guard, Active Duty and Reserve components in the exercise. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Eliezer Soto)


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