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A U.S. Air Force EF-111 Raven is refueled by a KC-135 Stratotanker. The EF-111 Raven is designed to provide electronic countermeasures support for tactical air forces and will detect, sort, identify and nullify different enemy radar. The Raven is deployed in Aviano Air Base, Italy, from the 429th Electronic Combat Squadron, Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico and is in support of the operation to enforce the no fly zone over Bosnia. Exact Date Shot Unknown

A U.S. Air Force EF-111 Raven is refueled by a KC-135 Stratotanker. The EF-111 Raven is designed to provide electronic countermeasures support for tactical air forces and will detect, sort, identify and nullify different enemy radar. The Raven is deployed in Aviano Air Base, Italy, from the 429th Electronic Combat Squadron, Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico and is in support of the operation to enforce the no fly zone over Bosnia. Exact Date Shot Unknown

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Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Subject Operation/Series: DENY FLIGHT

Country: Adriatic Sea

Scene Camera Operator: SRA Tana R. Hamilton

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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Date

01/05/1995
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