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Airman Magazine : Identity Crisis
Often mistaken as soldiers, but never quite fitting in at an Army Post, enlisted terminal attack controllers make a livin’ makin’ a killin’
They seem to be suspended in time — throwbacks to the ’40s when the Air Force was still the Army Air Corps. They don’t quite fit in at an Air Force base, but they’re outsiders at an Army post, as well.
While some people may have trouble figuring out whether these troops are soldiers or airmen, one thing is clear: Enlisted terminal attack controllers in South Korea don’t sweat their identity crisis. They’re too focused on realizing a trait they’ve held onto since boyhood.
They love to watch things go “boom.”
“Most boys like seeing things explode...Read More