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Local children become pilots for a dayLocal children become pilots for a day
Local children become pilots for a day

Maj. Jason Bianchi, 493rd Fighter Squadron pilot, explains how much fuel an F-15C Eagle can hold during a “Pilot for a Day” event at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 22, 2014. The program gives local children with serious illnesses and conditions a day away from routine hospital visits and the opportunity to see the Air Force mission up close. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Emerson Nuñez/Released)
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Local children become pilots for a dayLocal children become pilots for a day
Local children become pilots for a day

Maj. Jason Bianchi, 493rd Fighter Squadron pilot, shows Daniel Blackshaw, 10, the cockpit of an F-15C Eagle during a “Pilot for a Day” event at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 22, 2014. Children received customized flight suits, a flight in an F-15 simulator, an interactive squadron tour and an up-close viewing of a jet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Emerson Nuñez/Released)
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Local children become pilots for a dayLocal children become pilots for a day
Local children become pilots for a day

Maj. Jason Bianchi, 493rd Fighter Squadron pilot, explains the thrusters on an F-15C Eagle during a “Pilot for a Day” event at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 22, 2014. The program allows children with a life-threatening illness or condition to visit RAF Lakenheath and experience what it’s like to be a pilot. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Emerson Nuñez/Released)
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Local children become pilots for a dayLocal children become pilots for a day
Local children become pilots for a day

Maj. Jason Bianchi, 493rd Fighter Squadron pilot, explains the different parts of an F-15C Eagle during a “Pilot for a Day” event at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 22, 2014. The program started at RAF Lakenheath in March 2012 with the intent to assist children throughout local communities who are fighting life-threatening illnesses or conditions. This day of fun allowed for aa break from routine doctor and hospital visits. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Emerson Nuñez/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

U.S. Air Force aircrew jump into 4-foot waves generated in a specialized facility at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, during a water survival training course led by U.S. Air Force survival training experts May 22, 2014. The class is mandatory for aircrew operating over a body of water. Harsh sea conditions off the coast of England present a major danger and can force pilots to adjust training flights to take place over land. Ultimately, this shift may lead to increased aircraft noise heard by U.K. communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erin O’Shea/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

U.S. Air Force aircrew are subjected to torrential rain, 4-foot waves, simulated lightning and gale-force winds during an exercise in a water survival training course led by U.S. Air Force survival training experts at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. The class prepared aircrew for dangerous environments created by harsh weather conditions over water. The 48th Fighter Wing’s strategic, European-based location enables the unit to support U.S. Air Forces in Europe’s “Forward, Ready, Now” posture by providing worldwide, responsive, combat airpower. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Thomas Trower/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

U.S. Air Force aircrew climb a recovery net during a water survival training course led by Air Force survival training experts at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. The class is mandatory for aircrew operating over water. Harsh sea conditions off the coast of England present a major danger and can force pilots to adjust training flights to take place over land. Ultimately, this shift may lead to increased aircraft noise heard by U.K. communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erin O’Shea/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

Fighter, air refueling and special operations aircrew participate in a water survival training course led by a U.S. Air Force survival training expert (grey) at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. The class is mandatory for aircrew operating over a body of water. Harsh sea conditions off the coast of England present a major danger and can force pilots to adjust training flights to take place over land. Ultimately, this shift may lead to increased aircraft noise heard by U.K. communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Thomas Trower/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

A student of the U.S. Air Force water survival training course submerges at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, during a course led by survival experts May 22, 2014. The class prepared aircrew for dangerous operating environments created by harsh weather conditions. When sea conditions are deemed too hazardous, flight training can be diverted over land, ultimately creating noise heard by local communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erin O’Shea/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

A U.S. Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape instructor (left) demonstrates the proper use of a recovery net commonly found on ships, to Airman 1st Class Trevor McBride, 48th Fighter Wing Public Affairs photojournalist, during a water survival training course at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. The class prepared aircrew for dangerous environments created by harsh weather conditions over water off the U.K. coastline. The 48th Fighter Wing’s strategic, European-based location enables the unit to support U.S. Air Forces in Europe’s “Forward, Ready, Now” posture by providing worldwide, responsive, combat airpower. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Thomas Trower/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

Fighter, air refueling and special operations aircrew participate in a water survival training course led by a U.S. Air Force survival training expert (grey) at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. The class is mandatory for aircrew operating over a body of water. Harsh sea conditions off the coast of England present a major danger and can force pilots to adjust training flights to take place in airspace over land. Ultimately, this shift may lead to increased aircraft noise heard by U.K. communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Erin O’Shea/Released)
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Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countrysideSurvival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside
Survival course shows why flights divert, train over countryside

During an exercise in blackout conditions, fighter, air refueling and special operations aircrew participate in a water survival training course led by U.S. Air Force survival training experts at the Lowestoft College pool in Lowestoft, England, May 22, 2014. Students faced torrential rain, 4-foot waves, simulated lightning and gale-force winds during the class. Harsh sea conditions off the coast of England present a major danger and can force pilots to adjust their training flights to take place in airspace over land, ultimately leading to increased aircraft noise heard by U.K. communities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Thomas Trower/Released)
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