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Salvador Sanchez, contractor for Western Range Operations Communications and Information (WROCI), rotates the FPS-16 radar used to track launching missiles at Tranquillon Peak on Vandenberg AFB February 1, 2007. The radar is used to provide data and track missiles during launches. This radar, along with its data system, will be tracking the upcoming Feb. 7 Minuteman III launch to direct the missile and ensure its direction is not altered. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ashley Tyler)

PHOTO BY: Airman st Class Ashley Tyler
VIRIN: 070201-F-7498T-028.JPG
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