Monthly Archives May 2015

David Drescher from Falcon 1 is now a published Author

The Ring of Twelve. I think David may be one of our First TACP authors. I know of a few ALO books but cannot remember one from a ROMAD (Let me know if you remember one and I’ll update this post).

Charlie

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TACPs in Iraq

Live Leak

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News from the School House

The TACP School has now formally moved to Joint Base Lackland Texas. Latest news can be found at: http://www.jbsa.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123446010.

Information on our Prep, Apprentice, Craftsman and Airborne courses can be found at: https://etca.randolph.af.mil/default1.asp. Click AETC, then type TACP in keyword search. A list of our courses will populate with amplifying information such as course pre-requisites, reporting instructions, rental car authorization process, uniform requirements, etc. We see a variety of students come through our courses ranging from prior service, guard, first term Airmen, officers and cross-trainees.

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HEY! We are Making a Movie!

Yes, because alot of Hollywood films suck some of our vets are making a movie

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Bow Your Heads

Our Brother Richard “Gus” Gustafson passed away yesterday (14 May 2015). He will be missed. . Fundly Page is here

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Richard “Gus” Gustafson passed away 05-14-2015


Richard The effects of combat are felt long after the battle is over. For some, it’s the start of a personal war. Gus was taken by his own enemy on May 14, 2015. He leaves behind a devastated family and loyal teammates

The effects of combat are felt long after the battle is over. For some, it’s the start of a personal war. Gus was taken by his own enemy on May 14, 2015. He leaves behind a devastated family and loyal teammates

Air Force times: A Tactical Air Control Party airman at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, was found dead at his home Thursday, a base news release said. Master Sgt. Richard Gustafson, who was assigned to the 354th Fighter Wing, had served as a TACP airman since joining the Air Force in July 2002, the news release said...

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