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United States Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Noah Park, a radio and television broadcaster, Det 8, Aviano Air Base, Italy, documents SRA Ed Neely, USAF, Armament Systems journeyman, 510th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Wing, deployed from Aviano AB, performing an operational check of a SUU-22 (Suspended Underwing Unit) weapons pylon at Kuchyna AB, Slovakia. Training Exercise Iron Claw, 12 September 2000

United States Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Noah Park, a radio and television broadcaster, Det 8, Aviano Air Base, Italy, documents SRA Ed Neely, USAF, Armament Systems journeyman, 510th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Wing, deployed from Aviano AB, performing an operational check of a SUU-22 (Suspended Underwing Unit) weapons pylon at Kuchyna AB, Slovakia. Training Exercise Iron Claw, 12 September 2000

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Subject Operation/Series: IRON CLAW

Base: Kuchyna Air Base

Country: Slovakia (SVK)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Mitch Fuqua

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

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12/09/2000
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