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strategic attack, air interdiction, and electronic combat.
Since the group's deployment in September, it has already flown 144 sorties for close air support and air interdiction for the Iraqi Security Forces.
The B-52 can perform strategic attack, close air support, air interdiction, offensive counter-air and maritime operations.
Under the contract, 20 aircraft are scheduled to be delivered to operational air bases in Afghanistan beginning in the summer of 2014 to conduct advanced flight training, surveillance, close air support and air interdiction missions, said the announcement by US Defense Department spokesman George Little.
While flying in support of a night air interdiction mission, with 20 minutes of fuel remaining, their F-15E had a master caution light with accompanying indications of a Utility A Hydraulic failure.
Rudy Maldonado - Supervisory Air Interdiction Agent, DHS CBP Office of Air and Marine, Senior OAM Liaison Officer to the Secure Border Initiative Program Office;
Air interdiction damaged roads and bridges, thus halting communist forces in 1950 and again in 1951 after Chinese intervention.
They are: a JFA is an FSCM, not a reference system; a JFA is planned to support fires and maneuver; JFAs facilitate air interdiction regardless of location in the operational area; weapons release may occur outside the confines of the JFA where effects are intended; direct fires are not restricted by the JFA's establishment; and CAS may be conducted within a JFA with specific considerations.