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The Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) and US Air Force declare Initial Operational capability (IOC) of Hawaii - Based F-22 aircraft

Maj. Shane Nagatani, F-22 Pilot with Hawaii Air National Guard's 199th Fighter Squadron, prepares to fly a training mission that will prove that Hawaii based aircraft that is operated by the Hawaii Air National Guard's 199th Fighter Squadron and the active duty Air Force's 19th Fighter Squadron is Initial Operationally Capable. (Photo by Tech Sgt. Andrew Jackson, 154th Wing Public Affairs)



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This work, The Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) and US Air Force declare Initial Operational capability (IOC) of Hawaii - Based F-22 aircraft [Image 9 of 10], by TSgt Andrew Jackson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.08.2012

Date Posted:11.09.2012 12:31

Photo ID:779428

VIRIN:121108-F-IX631-375

Resolution:4592x2576

Size:3.35 MB

Location:HONOLULU, HI, USGlobe

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The Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) and the US Air Force declare Initial Operational Capability (IOC) of Hawaii-based F-22 aircraft

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