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Paul Hanson, an avionics specialist, uses an infrared "ray gun" to heat-shrink wire connectors during the installation of a "smart" multi-function color display system in A-10 No. 605. Members of the 442nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron's Specialist Flight remove the five systems from aircraft going into depot or phase maintenances so the pilots can keep flying with the new system. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. David Kurle)

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