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Air Force pilot training academy leaves Whiting Field

A bittersweet event was held aboard NAS Whiting Field today.
Servicemembers there marked the end of a 19 year-old program that allowed Air Force student pilots to learn from instructors at the naval base.

Channel Three's Joe Douglass has more on the value of the program and why it's going away. ...

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