Definition of special operations weather team-tactical element

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special operations weather team-tactical element

'special operations weather team-tactical element' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A task-organized team of Air Force personnel organized, trained, and equipped to collect critical weather observations from data-sparse areas. These teams are trained to operate independently in permissive or uncertain environments, or as augmentation to other special operations elements in hostile environments, in direct support of special operations. Also called SOWT/TE'.

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