With a radio, Joint Terminal Attack Controllers can call for fire support from everything from jets to artillery. What else does a Czech JTAC carry in his bag?
A Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) with the Czech Air Force’s Special Forces shows us what’s in his kit.
JTACs are responsible for coordinating fire support from fighter jets, helicopters, unmanned vehicles and artillery. Their job requires perfect attention to detail. Without them, NATO troops can’t call for help from aerial assets.
Interview with an unnamed Special Forces’ JTAC, speaking about the essentials a controller carries in his bag.
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