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Refueling the Mission Part 1: Refueling is the Magic of Air Mobility

A KC-46 Pegasus conducts an air refueling test mission with a F-16 Fighting Falcon over the skies of Southern California. Aerial refueling is one of the core components of the U.S. Air Force. It allows our aircraft that don't have that much fuel to fly for much longer durations.

PHOTO BY: Courtesy Photo
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Refueling the Mission Part 1: Refueling is the Magic of Air Mobility

A KC-46 Pegasus conducts an air refueling test mission with a F-16 Fighting Falcon over the skies of Southern California. Aerial refueling is one of the core components of the U.S. Air Force. It allows our aircraft that don't have that much fuel to fly for much longer durations.

PHOTO BY: Courtesy Photo
VIRIN: 230426-F-TW412-0006.JPG
FULL SIZE: 0.88 MB
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