Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Keeping the fuel flowing

12/19/2006 - A KC-10 Extender from the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing pulls into a parking spot Dec. 19 after returning from a mission over Iraq. The air refueler is part of the largest air-refueling unit in Southwest Asia consisting of KC-10s and KC-135 Stratotankers. The KC-10 can carry about 56,000 gallons of gas, enough to fill a sport-utility vehicle 1,400 times. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jason Tudor)

Iraq Area Control Centers
Balad Center 123.525/274.575
Kirkuk Center 125.300/237.325
Ali Center 132.775/322.050

Terminal Control Areas
Al Asad Approach 147.850/298.025
Al Taqaddum Approach 147.300/125.250/295.850
Balad Approach Sctr A/B 131.900/246.425, Sctr C 123.525/274.575
Basrah Approach 119.400/233.225
Kirkuk Approach Sctr A/B 129.750/264.200, Sctr C 125.300/237.325
Mosul Approach 119.450/259.125
Ali Approach Sctr A/B 126.925/324.925, Sctr C 132.275/322.050