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Closer, but not done: Offutt reaches another milestone in its flood recovery

Senior Airman Christopher Cavazos, 97th Intelligence Squadron airborne cryptologic language analyst, pushes a button on the communication panel while other 97th Intelligence Squadron ACLA members use the new flight simulator inside the Martin Bomber building at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, on June 11, 2021. During flooding in 2019, Offutt lost $234 million of information technology and approximately $700 million in facilities on base. (U.S. Air photo by Charles J. Haymond)

PHOTO BY: Charles J. Haymond
VIRIN: 210611-F-AJ823-1068.JPG
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NIKON D850

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35/10

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10/400

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800

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