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RADR; Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery and training sites expansion — NO LOWER THIRDS
FL, UNITED STATES
A process called Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery—or “RADR” (pronounced “raider”)—developed and maintained by experts from AFIMSC’s Air Force Civil Engineer Center at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, is assuring that in the event of a major airfield attack, plenty of Airmen—regardless of their assigned career field—will know exactly what to do to get airfields back in the fight. Currently, Tyndall is the only RADR training site in the continental United States, with one at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam and one at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. Before the end of the year, AFCEC’s Readiness Directorate will help launch new RADR training locations at the 145th Air National Guard Base in North Carolina and the Expeditionary Combat Support Training Certification Center in Georgia. Two more locations are planned for 2022 in Arkansas and North Dakota.
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