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50 NOG leaders visit Pacific GSUs

50th Network Operations Group and 50th Mission Support Group members rally together for a rough terrain survey of the water main that services 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. Col. W. Scott Angerman, 50 NOG commander, toured 50th Space Wing Geographically Separated Units in the Pacific to assess the condition of each detachment. (Courtesy photo)

50th Network Operations Group and 50th Mission Support Group members rally together for a rough terrain survey of the water main that services 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. Col. W. Scott Angerman, 50 NOG commander, toured 50th Space Wing Geographically Separated Units in the Pacific to assess the condition of each detachment. (Courtesy photo)

Col W. Scott Angerman (right), 50th Network Operations Group commander, discusses site support matters with Maj. Robert Shumaker (left), 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 3 commander, and Lt. Col. Andrew DeRosa (center), 50th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, during a visit at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. During the visit, leaders conducted a weapon systems review, and discussed project and sustainment support with host base leaders. (Courtesy photo)

Col W. Scott Angerman (right), 50th Network Operations Group commander, discusses site support matters with Maj. Robert Shumaker (left), 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 3 commander, and Lt. Col. Andrew DeRosa (center), 50th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, during a visit at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. During the visit, leaders conducted a weapon systems review, and discussed project and sustainment support with host base leaders. (Courtesy photo)

50th Network Operations Group and 50th Mission Support Group members hike down a cliff face in Hawaii to survey the condition of a pipe that supplies water to 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016.  The 50th Space Wing leaders discussed project and sustainment support with host base leaders during the visit. (Courtesy photo)

50th Network Operations Group and 50th Mission Support Group members hike down a cliff face in Hawaii to survey the condition of a pipe that supplies water to 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. The 50th Space Wing leaders discussed project and sustainment support with host base leaders during the visit. (Courtesy photo)

KAENA POINT, Hawaii -- 50th Network Operations Group and 50th Mission Support Group members rally together for a rough terrain survey of the water main that services 21st Space Operations Squadron, Detachment 3 at Ka'ena Point, Hawaii, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016. Col. W. Scott Angerman, 50 NOG commander, toured 50th Space Wing Geographically Separated Units in the Pacific to assess the condition of each detachment. (Courtesy photo)
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