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Matthew Dietz, USAF, F-15E Pilot, NATO Combined Air Operations Center, Poggio Renatico, Italy
Based at Sigonella on Sicily, the Swedish detachment of eight Gripen fighters, eight pilots and 35 ground crew generated 30 per cent of the Allied coalition s Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery during the campaign, flying 574 sorties over Libya and making 2271 reconnaissance reports to the Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC) on the Italian mainland.
He has twice been a Joint Task Force Commander; was the principal attack planner for the Desert Storm air campaign; orchestrated air operations over Iraq in 1998/1999; in 2001 was the first Combined Air Operations Center commander for Afghanistan; and was the Joint Force Air Component Commander for the South Asia tsunami relief effort.
In Europe, for example, we partner with our NATO Allies to conduct air policing with a combination of radars, and to operate Quick Reaction Alert aircraft and Combined Air Operations Centers, identifying and sometimes intercepting unannounced or unidentified aircraft in NATO airspace.
Parts of the tool have been employed at the research lab and at the combined air operations center at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.
Patterson deployed for 365 days to the Air Force Central Command (AFCENT) Combined Air Operations Center.
Nothing substitutes being able to sit at a table and being able to trade ideas with the other people who are doing the same job you are doing on a daily basis," said Major Richard Ramsey, joint interface control officer at the Combined Air Operations Center.
Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick Ryder said: "According to the combined air operations centre, all our aircraft are accounted for and we have no reports of any aircraft landing in Iran.