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Shown is the parking ramp at Moron Air Base, Spain, being utilized by KC-10 Extenders and KC-135 Stratotankers in support of the AIR EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (AEF) 97-1. Under the AEF concept almost all of the Air Force will be divided into 10 force packages, each with a cross-section of Air Force weapon systems drawn from geographically separated units. These AEF packages will be able to respond within 72 hours of notification of any unexpected contingency

Shown is the parking ramp at Moron Air Base, Spain, being utilized by KC-10 Extenders and KC-135 Stratotankers in support of the AIR EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (AEF) 97-1. Under the AEF concept almost all of the Air Force will be divided into 10 force packages, each with a cross-section of Air Force weapon systems drawn from geographically separated units. These AEF packages will be able to respond within 72 hours of notification of any unexpected contingency

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Subject Operation/Series: AIR EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

Base: Moron Air Base

State: Sevilla

Country: Spain (ESP)

Scene Camera Operator: SRA Richard T. Kaminsky, USAF

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

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19/02/1997
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