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Photo of Cory Smith checking the direct current voltages

Cory Smith, electronic integrated systems mechanic, in the depot’s C4ISR Directorate’s ATCALS/Range Threat Systems Division, checks the direct current voltages during the initial turn on of an Air Force AN/TPT-T1 Unmanned Threat Emitter (UMTE) System. The UMTE is an U.S. Air Force aircrew training system that is environmentally rugged, unmanned and remotely operable. It is capable of radiating threat signals that simulate surface-to-air missiles and anti-aircraft artillery radar, and can be airlifted to various training sites.

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