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An F-16 Fighting Falcon assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing flies over Lake Monona in Madison Wis.
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The A-10 Thunderbolt II was flown at the 115th Fighter Wing, then called the 128th Tactical Fighter Wing, from 1981-1992.
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Two OA-37 Dragonflies take off near Truax Field.
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In 1974, the 115th Fighter Wing, then called the 176th Tactical Air Support Squadron, flew the O-2A Skymaster, which had a Forward Air Control (FAC) mission.
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The F-102 Delta Dagger began to arrive at the 115th Fighter Wing, then called the 176th Fighter Intercept Squadron, in May 1966.
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An F-86 Sabre is positioned on a flight line in the mid-1950's. The 115th Fighter Wing, then called the 176th Fighter Squadron, began receiving the F-86A Sabres in October 1953.
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First Truax Field pass in review occurred April 28, 1951, with an F-51D Mustang in the foreground.  The F-51 Mustang was flown by the 115th Fighter Wing, then called the 176th Fighter Squadron from 1948-1952.
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Airman 1st Class Casey Philpot, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician with the 115th Fighter Wing in Truax Field, Wisconsin applies a pressure bandage to Staff Sgt. Nash Bauer, an EOD technician with the 115th FW, June 25, 2018, during the Audacious Warriors Self Aid Buddy Care training refresher. SABC encompasses basic life support and limb-saving techniques to help wounded or injured personnel survive in medical emergencies.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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Senior Airman Kyle Doran, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician with the 104th Fighter Wing, Massachusetts Air National Guard, operates an F6 Robot during the Audacious Warrior Exercise June 23, 2018, at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The F6 was used to remotely check a suspicious item inside a building. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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Master Sgt. Jason Ganner, the Explosive Ordnance Disposal resources NCO, for the 142nd Fighter Wing, Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon, and Staff Sgt. Tyler Porter, an EOD technician with the 155th Air Refueling Wing, confirm the disruption of an explosive device and collect evidence June 23, 2018, at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin. Ganner and Porter are at Volk as part of the annual Audacious Warrior Exercise. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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Senior Airman Alec Camp, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician with the 142nd Fighter Wing, Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon, disrupts a possible explosive train June 22, 2018, during a training exercise on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The exercise, known as Audacious Warrior, provides EOD Airmen with required training over the course of two weeks.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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An Airman taking part in the Audacious Warrior Exercise throws a smoke grenade during a tactical training June 28, 2018, on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Airmen were split into two teams and used tactical techniques to reach a goal while training with simunitions. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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A team of Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians work their way through a land navigation course June 25, 2018, at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The course allowed Airmen to practice their skills in map reading, compass use, and pace counting.
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Senior Airman Ethan Johnson, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician with the 119th Wing in Hector Field, North Dakota, plans his teams route June 25, 2018, for the Audacious Warrior land navigation compass course at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. The course allowed Airmen to practice  their skills in map reading, compass use, and pace counting.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman Cameron Lewis)
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Airmen provide health care as part of Alabama IRT
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Airmen provide health care as part of Alabama IRT
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