JISCC tower

Connecticut Air and Army National Guard members anchor the antennae tower of the Joint Incident Site Communication Capability (JISCC) system. The JISCC allows global communication between federal, military, state and local authorities. (Clockwise from Left) Staff Sgt. Christopher P. Manner, 103rd Communication Squadron, Master Sgt. Gary M. Goncalo, 103rd Air Control Squadron, Staff Sgt. Ted Sevigny, Joint Forces Headquarters, and Staff Sgt. Tyler R. Waterman 103rd Air Operations Group work together to ensure the stability of the JISCC tower on June 5, 2008, during a training deployment to Camp Rell, Niantic, Connecticut. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas A. McCorkle)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Nicholas A. McCorkle
VIRIN: 080605-F-0571M-0006.JPG
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