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Airmen with the 201st RED HORSE Squadron, Fort Indiantown

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Airmen with the 201st RED HORSE Squadron, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, anchor an aircraft recovery system to the ground to ensure the safe landing of an aircraft during a field training exercise Sept. 7, 2018. The second day of the field training exercise was focused on specific career field training for eight different Air Force Specialty Codes. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Julia Sorber/Released)

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07/09/2018
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