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US Air Force (USAF) Major (MAJ) Brian Rhodarmer (left), Navigator, and USAF MAJ Mike Toney, Pilot, both assigned to 970th Expeditionary Airborne Air Control Squadron (EAACS), check the control panel in the cockpit of their E-3A Sentry Airborne Warning and Controls Systems (AWACS) aircraft, while deployed at Incirlik Air Base (AB), Turkey, in support of Operation NORTHERN WATCH

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