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Air Force Times
New drop zone helps W.Va. Air Guard training
Flying at about 1,000 feet above the hills of Clay County, a trio of West Virginia Air National Guard C-130s approached a 360-acre drop zone on an expanse of a reclaimed surface mine, opened their cargo ramps, and reduced their air speed to 150 miles per hour.
Drop zone could boost states role as training center
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