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Army South’s SSAT deploys
140509-A-VY811-9004.JPG Photo By: Lt. Col. Carol McClelland

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - (From left) Chief Warrant Officer Preston Garner, an air planner, Spc. Cory Cantlay, a signal support systems specialist, both with Joint Task Force-Bravo Honduras and Jaime Scarpatti, an information programs officer for the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador, set up SSAT communications at the U.S. Embassy May 9. The four man SSAT, which stands for SOUTHCOM Situational Assessment Team, arrived at the Embassy as part of FA-HUM 2014 exercise. The SSAT was deployed for the first time for FA-HUM 2014, a humanitarian and disaster relief exercise.


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