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US Air Force Technical Sergeant Eric Woods writes down a few notes after conversing with the air traffic control tower. TSGT Woods is a Ground Approach Radar Controller for the 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron, Oregon Air National Guard, Kingsley Field, OR

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