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An F-22A Raptor arrives at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on Sunday, April 9, 2006, for minor modifications. Members of the 309th Maintenance Group will modify this, the first of 18 F-22s that will receive various modifications at Hill.
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An F-22A Raptor arrives at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on Sunday, April 9, 2006, for minor modifications. Members of the 309th Maintenance Group will modify this, the first of 18 F-22s that will receive various modifications at Hill.

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An F-22A Raptor arrives at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on Sunday, April 9, 2006, for minor modifications. Members of the 309th Maintenance Group will modify this, the first of 18 F-22s that will receive various modifications at Hill.
An F-22A Raptor arrives at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, on Sunday, April 9, 2006, for minor modifications. Members of the 309th Maintenance Group will modify this, the first of 18 F-22s that will receive various modifications at Hill.

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