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USAF Pilot Kim Campbell looks at her damaged A-10 Warthog[1] which she landed at her base after a mission over Baghdad in 2003.

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Author SSgt Jason Haag, United States Air Force
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Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 17:37, 7 June 2006 [[:en:User:Cglassey|Cglassey]] 419×640 (77,820 bytes) <span class="comment">(USAF Pilot Kim Campbell looks at her damaged A-10 Warthog which she landed at her base after a mission over Baghdad in 2003. Photo published by the National Air and Space Museum. http://www.nasm.si.edu/imagedetail.cfm?imageID=288)</span>


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