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Range control tower dedication honors two Airmen killed in combat

FORT POLK, La. (ACCNS) -- Amid tears and solemn faces, two fallen heroes were honored by Air Force Tactical Air Control Party Airmen, their Army counterparts and family members during a dedication ceremony of a range control tower here Nov. 30.

The newly-constructed tower was named in honor of Staff Sgt. Jacob Frazier and Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano, the first TACP Airmen killed in combat since the inception of the
Range control tower dedication honors two Airmen killed in combat

Tactical Air Control Party Airmen visit the 52-foot wooden range control tower at Fort Polk in Louisiana Nov. 30 following a dedication ceremony for Staff Sgt. Jacob Frazier and Airman 1st Class Raymond Losano, who were the first TACP Airmen killed in combat since the inception of the career field. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Trina Flannagan)

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