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Vigilant Eagle 13 commences with arrival of CF-18 aircraft

A CC-150 Polaris Airbus from 437 Squadron in Trenton provides air-to-air refueling to CF-18 Hornet fighter aircraft from 409 Squadron on their transit from Cold Lake, Alberta, to Elmendorf, Alaska, in preparation for Exercise Vigilant Eagle 13 on Aug. 25, 2013.
(Canadian Air Force photo/Cpl. Vicky Lefrancois)



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Date Taken:08.25.2013

Date Posted:08.27.2013 12:19

Photo ID:1003889

VIRIN:130825-F-XX999-001

Resolution:3693x2374

Size:2.02 MB

Location:OTTAWA, AB, CA

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