EOD Soldiers clear more than 1,000 rounds from U.S. Air Force training range
Then Maj. Aaron T. Linderman, an A-10 pilot from the 303rd Fighter Squadron, fires the 30-milimeter gun from an A-10 Thunderbolt II during a strafing run at Cannon Range near Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, June 20, 2007. Cannon Range, managed by the Missouri Air National Guard's 131st Fighter Wing, plays a crucial role in the training and readiness of pilots from Reserve, Guard and active-duty units from all over the United States. U.S. Air Force file photo by Maj. David Kurle.
Maj. Dave Kurle
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