SatCom is a go

Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport, Illinois -- Corporal Craig Caira-Neeson of No. 600 Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force from London, England watches as Airman First Class Tyler Casson of the 183rd Fighter Wing demonstrates how to connect the Satellite dish to the orbiting Satellite with a laptop, part of the Joint Incident Site Communication Capability Program (JISCC). JISCC is a program that enables emergency responders and the Military to communication during emergencies when normal communication methods are unavailable or disabled. (National Guard photo by Master Sgt Shaun Kerr)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt Shaun Kerr
VIRIN: 110721-Z-OG658-001.JPG
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