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117th Air Control Squadron re-enlists four during deployment

SrA Wayne Toxey (left) and TSgt Ryan Work recite the oath of service with their supervising officer, Major Ryan Hampton (right). (Source: SCRTC) SrA Wayne Toxey (left) and TSgt Ryan Work recite the oath of service with their supervising officer, Major Ryan Hampton (right). (Source: SCRTC)
SSgt Tasha Moss (left) and SSgt Nicholas Bell recite the oath of service with their supervising officer, Capt. Robert Peterson (SCRTC) SSgt Tasha Moss (left) and SSgt Nicholas Bell recite the oath of service with their supervising officer, Capt. Robert Peterson (SCRTC)
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

Four airmen assigned to the 117th Air Control Squadron re-enlisted while deployed to Southwest Asia. 

The airmen are as follows; Staff Sgt. Tasha Moss, Staff Sgt. Nicholas Bell, SrA Wayne Toxey and TSgt Ryan Work. 

The 117th ACS deployed in mid-November continuing their exceptional legacy of air support for military air operations worldwide.  The 117 ACS, based at Hunter Army Airfield, is an integral element of the Georgia Air National Guard.  The 117th ACS is expected to the Savannah area in mid-Spring. Their current deployment is currently scheduled for at least six months.

Since Sept. 11 2011, the 117th ACS has been in near constant deployment mode with elements of their squadron serving numerous deployments and controlling military aircraft similar to air traffic controllers. 

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