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Describing DSCA

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  • 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern)
Airman Magazine videographer Andrew Breese attaches a lapel microphone to Rick Bacon, National Security Emergency Preparedness Regional Director/Federal Emergency Management Agency Region VI, prior to a June 5 interview about Defense Support to Civil Authorities operations. Breese, along with a writer and photographer from the Airman Magazine staff, spent two days with 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern)-Continental U.S. NORAD Region, for stories about the DSCA mission, along with the mission sets at the 601st Air Operations Center and Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. (Photo by Mary McHale)