An RC-135 Rivet Joint from 379th Air Expeditionary Wing takes off for a mission March 20 in Southwest Asia.

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An RC-135 Rivet Joint from 379th Air Expeditionary Wing takes off for a mission March 20 in Southwest Asia. Stock Photo
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An RC-135 Rivet Joint from 379th Air Expeditionary Wing takes off for a mission March 20 in Southwest Asia.
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An RC-135 Rivet Joint from 379th Air Expeditionary Wing takes off for a mission March 20 in Southwest Asia. The Rivet Joint provides real time on-scene intelligence collection, surveillance and analysis to forces in the air and on the ground in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. The 34-person mission crew can forward gathered information in a variety of formats to a wide range of consumers via Rivet Joint's extensive communications suite.
Location: Southwest Asia.