Air Support

Air Support is a 1992 computer game for the Amiga and Atari ST. It is a top-down strategy game, with a first-person mode available for special missions. The game takes place during a retrofuturistic 21st century where all wars are fought in virtual reality. The game was given mostly positive reviews in the Amiga-related gaming magazines of 1992.

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Marine Corps Communication Electronics School - Schools - AIRS (ACTS_ Detachment Bravo) - Air Support Training Section (ASTS)
... and information flow requirements throughout the Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS) related to offensive air support and assault support operations by performing as operators for ... percentage and end-state is to provide Direct Air Support Center (DASC) Marines to the Fleet Marine Forces (FMF) ... Air support operator Marines have the MOS of 7242 ...
Auto-Saharan Company - Air Support
... In Tunisia the "Raggruppamento sahariano" had no air support, but one Ca.309, left in Libya because damaged, was repaired and remained active in Africa until ...
List Of United States Marine Corps Aviation Support Units - Active - Marine Air Support Squadrons
... MASSs provide the Direct Air Support Center (DASC) which controls and coordinates tactical aircraft operations ... Close Air Support, CASEVAC, and Assault Support), integrate and deconflict indirect fire support (e.g ...
Battle Of Qala-i-Jangi - The Battle
... Tyson specifically requested no air support, due to the proximity of allied Afghan forces ... by US forces divided into three teams, a close air support team designated CAS1 that went inside the fortress along the bottom of the northeast tower to ... At 1100 pm, a GBU-32 guided bomb, weighing 2,000 pounds (957 kg), directed by the Special Tactics Air Force Combat Controller (CCT) on the CAS-1 team, called in the JDAM ...

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