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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

Hawaii Air National Guard's 199th Fighter Squadron and the active duty Air Force's 19th Fighter Squadron F-22 taxis past its future home on its way to take-off in an launch that will prove that Hawaii based aircraft is Initial Operationally Capable.



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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 5 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 12:34

Photo ID:779432

VIRIN:121108-F-IX631-768

Resolution:4592x2576

Size:2.93 MB

Location:HONOLULU, HI, USGlobe

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