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Air Domain Security Integration Meeting

Air defense experts from across the 1st Air Force enterprise and various federal agencies and commercial airlines pose near the 911 Memorial as part of a tour the 601st Air Operation Center during the fourth annual Air Domain Security Integration Meeting (ADSIM) here Aug. 21. (Air Force photo by TSgt. Jody Swem)

PHOTO BY: Tom Saunders
VIRIN: 180821-F-DX377-0004.JPG
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