606 ACS joins Team Aviano family

Col. Craig M. Hollis, 31st Operations Group commander, passes the guidon to Lt. Col. Aaron Gibney, 606th Air Control Squadron commander, during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The 606th ACS began their relocation from the 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany in February 2016. The unit was added to the 31st OG as a part of the European Infrastructure Consolidation.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

Col. Craig M. Hollis, 31st Operations Group commander, passes the guidon to Lt. Col. Aaron Gibney, 606th Air Control Squadron commander, during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The 606th ACS began their relocation from the 52nd Fighter Wing, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany in February 2016. The unit was added to the 31st OG as a part of the European Infrastructure Consolidation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

Capt. Morgan Callender, 606th Air Control Squadron mission support flight commander, salutes the U.S. flag during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The unit is comprised of more than 300 Airmen from 25 Air Force specialty codes, and $170 million of equipment, including two TPS-75 radars, long-haul communications equipment, generators and 109 tactical vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

Capt. Morgan Callender, 606th Air Control Squadron mission support flight commander, salutes the U.S. flag during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The unit is comprised of more than 300 Airmen from 25 Air Force specialty codes, and $170 million of equipment, including two TPS-75 radars, long-haul communications equipment, generators and 109 tactical vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

Lt. Col. Aaron Gibney, 606th Air Control Squadron commander, addresses the audience during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The unit is comprised of more than 300 Airmen from 25 Air Force specialty codes, and $170 million of equipment, including two TPS-75 radars, long-haul communications equipment, generators and 109 tactical vehicles.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

Lt. Col. Aaron Gibney, 606th Air Control Squadron commander, addresses the audience during the 606th ACS activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The unit is comprised of more than 300 Airmen from 25 Air Force specialty codes, and $170 million of equipment, including two TPS-75 radars, long-haul communications equipment, generators and 109 tactical vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Areca T. Bell/Released)

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The 606th Air Control Squadron officially joined the Team Aviano family during an activation ceremony at Aviano Air Base, Italy on Nov. 1, 2016. The 606th ACS began their relocation from the 52nd Fighter Wing at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany in February 2016. The unit was added to the 31st Operations Group as a part of the European Infrastructure Consolidation. The unit is comprised of more than 300 Airmen from 25 Air Force specialty codes, and $170 million of equipment, including two TPS-75 radars, long-haul communications equipment, generators and 109 tactical vehicles.