Air Force Taps OBXtek for Special Operations Command Training Support

OBXtek has been tasked to provide training support services for the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command.

The company said Wednesday it will help train the AFSOC Special Tactics Group in the areas of joint terminal attack controller operations and small unmanned aerial systems in preparation for global joint missions.

Support activities will cover JTAC instructor and examiner training, as well as close air support simulator operations.

Training will also be provided for small unmanned aircraft system (SUAS) piloting, simulator operation and instruction.

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