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9 Mart 2012 Cuma

Polygone supports Anatolian Falcon 2012

Lance Geyer, Polygone quality assurance inspector, and Carl Gessman, Polygone radar operator, spot aircraft for a tactical radar threat generator during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Polygone operated the radar throughout the exercise to provide a simulated enemy ground threat capability to the participating aircraft


Jack Graham, Polygone radar technician, reviews a map of the surrounding area inside a tactical radar threat generator during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Graham operated the radar, tracking participating aircraft in the exercise, to provide a simulated ground threat capability.


Jack Graham, Polygone radar technician, smokes his pipe before beginning a training scenario with a tactical radar threat generator during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Polygone is a multinational aircrew electronic warfare tactics facility located in Europe and was used to simulate pop-up ground threats throughout the exercise.

A tactical radar threat generator is parked beside a highway during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Polygone team members operated the radar throughout the exercise to provide a simulated enemy ground threat capability to the participating aircraft.


Carl Gessman, Polygone radar operator, removes the cover from a tactical radar threat generator during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Polygone is a multinational aircrew electronic warfare tactics facility located in Europe and was used to simulate pop-up ground threats throughout the exercise.


Carl Gessman, Polygone radar operator, attaches grounding rods for a generator used to power a tactical radar threat generator during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. The radar provided a simulated enemy ground threat capability to the participating aircraft.


Lance Geyer, Polygone quality assurance inspector, gives a mission brief to Jose DeRama and Dominga Perry, both Polygone radar operators, before leaving for a mission during Anatolian Falcon 2012 in Konya, Turkey, March 8. Polygone operated tactical radar threat generators throughout the exercise to provide a simulated enemy ground threat capability to the participating aircraft.


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