Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville, Continental U.S. NORAD Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Commander, inspects an AIM-9X Sidewinder missile on an F-16 Fighting Falcon prior to a flight for the F-16 Senior Officer Course, hosted by the 149th Fighter Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The four-week course, designed to requalify experienced F-16 fighter pilots, focused on advanced handling characteristics, tactical formation and instrument-flying procedures. He also regained his air-air refueling currency during the course along with flying basic fighter maneuvers. He was required to requalify in the fighter jet based on his roles and responsibilities as the CONR-1 AF (AFNORTH) Commander. (Air Force photo by Capt. Cindy Piccirillo)
2. Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville, Continental U.S. NORAD Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Commander, looks over the landing gear during a pre-flight walk-around on an F-16 Fighting Falcon prior to a flight for the F-16 Senior Officer Course, hosted by the 149th Fighter Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The four-week course, designed to requalify experienced F-16 fighter pilots, focused on advanced handling characteristics, tactical formation and instrument-flying procedures. He also regained his air-air refueling currency during the course along with flying basic fighter maneuvers. He was required to requalify in the fighter jet based on his roles and responsibilities as the CONR-1 AF (AFNORTH) Commander. (Air Force photo by Capt. Cindy Piccirillo)
Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville, Continental U.S. NORAD Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Commander, talks with Tech. Sgt. Thomas Corral, F-16 Fighting Falcon crew chief with the 149th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, prior to a flight for the F-16 Senior Officer Course, hosted by the 149th Fighter Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The four-week course, designed to requalify experienced F-16 fighter pilots, focused on advanced handling characteristics, tactical formation and instrument-flying procedures. He also regained his air-air refueling currency during the course along with flying basic fighter maneuvers. He was required to requalify in the fighter jet based on his roles and responsibilities as the CONR-1 AF (AFNORTH) Commander. (Air Force photo by Capt. Cindy Piccirillo)
Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville, Continental U.S. NORAD Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Commander, checks out the instrument panel of an F-16 Fighting Falcon, prior to a flight for the F-16 Senior Officer Course, hosted by the 149th Fighter Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The four-week course, designed to requalify experienced F-16 fighter pilots, focused on advanced handling characteristics, tactical formation and instrument-flying procedures. He also regained his air-air refueling currency during the course along with flying basic fighter maneuvers. He was required to requalify in the fighter jet based on his roles and responsibilities as the CONR-1 AF (AFNORTH) Commander. (Air Force photo by Capt. Cindy Piccirillo)
Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville, Continental U.S. NORAD Region-1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) Commander, adjusts his helmet that’s fitted with helmet-mounted integrated targeting capability prior to a flight for the F-16 Senior Officer Course, hosted by the 149th Fighter Wing, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The four-week course, designed to requalify experienced F-16 fighter pilots, focused on advanced handling characteristics, tactical formation and instrument-flying procedures. He also regained his air-air refueling currency during the course along with flying basic fighter maneuvers. He was required to requalify in the fighter jet based on his roles and responsibilities as the CONR-1 AF (AFNORTH) Commander. (Photo by Capt. Cindy Piccirillo)
U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Gene M. Manner, commander, Air Force Rescue Coordination Center accepts the AFRCC guidon from Brig. Gen. Kenneth P. Ekman, vice commander, 1 AF (Air Forces Northern), during a change of command ceremony July 2, 2019, Tyndall AFB, Fla. The AFRCC serves as the United States inland search and rescue coordinator and the single agency responsible for coordination on-land federal SAR activities in the 48 contiguous United States, Mexico, and Canada. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Regina Young)

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