934th Ravens

Phoenix Ravens from the 934th Security Forces Squadron, (from left) Master Sgt. Clinton Boyd, Master Sgt. Glen Kramlinger and Senior Master Sgt. Michael Ross, aboard a C-17 assisted a Charleston Air Crew with ground security in Southwest Asia. They spanned four countries in seven days. The Phoenix Raven program ensures an acceptable level of close-in security for aircraft transiting airfields where security is unknown or additional security is needed to counter local threats. Teams of two to six specially trained and equipped security forces personnel deploy as aircrew members on AMC missions as designated by the AMC Threat Working Group. The Raven teams help detect, deter and counter threats to AMC aircraft by performing close-in aircraft security; advising aircrews on force protection measures; conducting airfield assessments and assisting aircrews in the performance of their duties when not performing their primary security duties. Phoenix Raven teams work on all types of AMC airlift missions including theater support missions, contingencies, exercises and deployments. (Courtesy Photo)

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