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“The air-ground assault causes huge explosions and fire all over the Space Godzilla, all of which have zero effect.”
“Supervised by MAWTS-1 instructors, those squadrons and Marine infantry units engaged in a series of exercises together, testing their ability to operate as an air-ground task force.”
“Miller saw a need for better training to allow all the moving parts of what the Marines call the combined air-ground task force to work together.”
“Deploying nearly 1,500 planes, Mitchell crafted a remarkably effective air-ground plan in an era when aircraft voice radio was nearly nonexistent.”
“US position was that aircraft would have only air/air capability ie., presumption of denial of air-ground munitions with exception of dumb bombs.”
“The Marine air-ground task force will go to Helmand, where its mission will be "to beat back another spring offensive," Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell Morrell said.”
“But if the commander-in-chief and Defense secretary want a Marine replacement for Afghanistan, what is called a Marine air-ground task force -- infantry plus aircraft squadrons -- could be quickly assembled emphasis added, Helland said.”
“The Marine air-ground task force will go to Helmand, where its mission will be "to beat back another spring offensive," Pentagon spokesman Morrell said.”
“Marine air-ground task force to reinforce the British-led sector in the south where the heaviest fighting has been going on.”
“Marine air-ground task force to re-enforce the British-led sector in the south where the heaviest fighting has been going on.”
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