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Photo Essay: A-10C Training at the Nevada Test and Training Range

Members of the 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, watch a Maryland Air National Guard A-10C lands at Mud Lake on the Nevada Test and Training Range, November 29, 2011. The NTTR is comprised of 2.9 million acres and nearly 15,800 square miles of airspace, which provide year-round training to U.S. and allied aircrews. (National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Hughes/RELEASED)

Members of the 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, watch a Maryland Air National Guard A-10C lands at Mud Lake on the Nevada Test and Training Range, November 29, 2011. The NTTR is comprised of 2.9 million acres and nearly 15,800 square miles of airspace, which provide year-round training to U.S. and allied aircrews. (National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Hughes/RELEASED)

11/29/2011 -- An A-10C assigned to the 104th Fighter Squadron, Maryland Air National Guard, lands at Mud Lake on the Nevada Test and Training Range, November 29, 2011. The pilots landed on an unimproved dirt runway during the day and night as a part of continuing training through the U.S. Air Force Weapons School. View Slideshow