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WC-135 aircraft retirement ceremony

Lt. Col. Andrew Maus, 45th Reconnaissance Squadron commander, signs WC-135 Constant Phoenix tail number 582 following its retirement ceremony here Nov. 13, 2020. Originally built in 1962 and delivered to the Air Force as a KC-135 Stratotanker, the aircraft was first converted to an EC-135 Looking Glass before its transition into its WC-135 configuration in 1998. (Photo by Charles J. Haymond)

PHOTO BY: Charles J. Haymond
VIRIN: 201113-F-AJ823-1258.JPG
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32/10

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10/300

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1250

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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