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Photo 020603-N-0000H-001
020603-N-0000H-001 Key West, FL (Jun. 3, 2002) -- Navy Lieutenant Luke Kremer pilots his F/A-18 C Hornet strike fighter from the Fighting Redcocks of Strike Fighter Squadron Two Two (VFA-22) over the Fort Jefferson National Monument. U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Commander Creighton Holt. (RELEASED)

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Photo 021018-N-9246W-018
021018-N-9246W-018 Naval Air Facility Key West, Fla. (Oct. 18, 2002) From left to right, Rear Adm. Jan Gaudio outgoing Commander Navy Region Southeast; Capt. Paul McMahon, Commander Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southern Division; Capt. Lawrence S. Cotton, Commanding Officer Naval Air Facility Key West; Rear Adm. Annette Brown, (incoming) Commander Navy Region Southeast; Thomas Matski, VOA Associates Vice President; Jimmy Weekley, Key West City Mayor; and Charles McCoy, Monroe County Mayor stand in front of a construction sign with shovels during a ground breaking ceremony for a new air traffic control tower and operations facility. The new tower will replace the current 50 year old structure. U.S. Navy photo. (RELEASED)

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Photo 021023-F-2034C-020
021023-F-2034C-020 Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West, Fla. (Oct. 23, 2002) -- An Air Force F-15 Eagleand F-16 Falcon fly in formation with a Navy F-14 Tomcat and F/A-18 Hornet over the Atlantic Ocean during exercise Cope Snapper 2002 at Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West. Cope Snapper is a multi-aircraft exercise that engages dissimilar air combat training with on fighter data link and joint operations with the Navy and Air Force. The members involved in Cope Snapper consist of the 159th Fighter Wing from Louisiana, the 169th AGS McEntire Air National Guard from South Carolina, and the Navy's F/A-18 Hornet and F-14 Tomcat fighter jets. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo. (RELEASED)

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Photo 021122-N-9246W-043
021122-N-9246W-043 Key West, Fla. (Nov. 22, 2002) -- Adm. Robert J. Natter (center), Commander, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and Jimmy Weekley (right), Mayor of Key West, sign copies of the deed conveying property from the Truman Annex at Naval Air Facility Key West to the city of Key West in the presence of City Manager Julio Avael. The ceremony was conducted at the Key West Museum of Art and History. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Rob Wesselman. (RELEASED)

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Photo 030818-N-4779D-029
030818-N-4779D-029 Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West, Fla. (Aug. 18, 2003) -- Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Melissa Nicolas shows Lt. Steve Quaile, a C-12 Huron pilot, how to disassemble and clean a 9mm Beretta during gun qualifications at the pistol range on Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West. NAS pilots and aircrew maintain their 9mm qualifications to stay familiar with the weapons when not on deployment. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Trice Denny. (RELEASED)

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Photo 030823-N-9246W-010
030823-N-9246W-010 Key West, Fla. (Aug. 23, 2003) -- Seabees assigned to Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West, Construction Battalion Unit Four Zero Two (CBU-402) stand at parade rest awaiting the beginning of the dedication ceremony for the Key West-Florida Keys Historical Military Memorial at Mallory Square. The memorial offers an historical chronicle of military actions in which the Keys and Key West played a significant role beginning with the Anti-Piracy Campaign in 1823. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Rob Wesselman. (RELEASED)

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Photo 030823-N-9246W-062
030823-N-9246W-062 Key West, Fla. (August 23, 2003) - Vice Adm. Albert H. Konetzni, Jr., deputy commander U.S. Atlantic Fleet, speaks at a dedication ceremony for the Key West-Florida Keys Historical Military Memorial at Mallory Square in Key West. The memorial offers an historical chronicle of military actions in which the Keys and Key West played a significant role beginning with the Anti-Piracy Campaign in 1823. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Rob Wesselman. (RELEASED)

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Photo 031006-N-0416R-024
031006-N-0416R-024 Key West, Fla. (Oct. 6, 2003) -- One of Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West's H-3 Sea King helicopters is reflected in Lt. Timothy Styles' helmet as he waits to board the aircraft. Styles is a flight surgeon from Naval Branch Medical Clinic Key West and was preparing to fly with NAS Key West's Search and Rescue (SAR) team in support of a training operation with Special Forces Command South. The Special Forces personnel were practicing parachuting out of an Air Force C-130 Hercules over the waters surrounding Key West. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Jack Rous. (RELEASED)

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Photo 031210-N-9246W-003
031210-N-9246W-003 Naval Air Station Key West, Fla. (Dec. 10, 2003) -- Quartermaster 1st Class Desiree Uebele talks on a hand held radio while working outside the seaplane hangar at Naval Air Station Key West. Uebele has been selected as the first female to begin the Navy's enlisted harbor pilot training program. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 2nd Class Rob Wesselman. (RELEASED)

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Photo 040228-N-6842R-002
040228-N-6842R-002 Key West, Fla. (Feb. 28, 2004) Lt. Allan Karlson, a student pilot assigned to the Tigers of Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), flies in formation in a T-2C Buckeye over Key West, Fla., during a training mission. VT-9 came to Key West to teach Navy and Marine Corps student pilots formation flying and gunnery techniques. The instructors are part of Squadron Augment Unit Nine (SAU-9), the Reserve component for Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), one of two training squadrons that operate from Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., under Training Wing One (TW-1). US Navy photo by Ens. Darin K. Russell. (RELEASED)

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Photo 040228-N-6842R-006
040228-N-6842R-006 Key West, Fla. (Feb. 28, 2004) Lt. Cmdr. Mike Russonello, rear seat, an instructor pilot with Squadron Augment Unit Nine (SAU-9) monitors the distance to the lead aircraft as Spanish Navy student pilot Lt. j.g. Malano Gonzalez-Llanos controls a T-2C Buckeye in formation flight training. VT-9 came to Key West to teach Navy and Marine Corps student pilots formation flying and gunnery techniques. The instructors are part of Squadron Augment Unit Nine (SAU-9), the Reserve component for Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), one of two training squadrons that operate from Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., under Training Wing One (TW-1). U.S. Navy photo by Ens. Darin K. Russell (RELEASED)

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Photo 040303-N-6842R-002
040303-N-6842R-002 Key West, Fla. (Mar. 3, 2004) - 1st Lt. Tim Miller, a student pilot assigned to the Tigers of Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), prepares to taxi his T-2C Buckeye for a sunrise take-off at Naval Air Station Key West, Fla., during a solo formation training mission. VT-9 came to Key West to teach Navy and Marine Corps student pilots formation flying and gunnery techniques. The instructors are part of Squadron Augment Unit Nine (SAU-9), the Reserve component for Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), one of two training squadrons that operate from Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., under Training Wing One (TW-1). U.S. Navy photo by Ens Darin K. Russell. (RELEASED)

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Photo 040305-N-6842R-050
040305-N-6842R-050 Key West, Fla. (Mar. 5, 2004) Student pilots fly four T-2C Buckeyes assigned to the Tigers of Training Squadron Nine in a diamond formation during a training flight in Key West, Fla. VT-9 came to Key West to teach Navy and Marine Corps student pilots formation flying and gunnery techniques. The instructors are part of Squadron Augment Unit Nine (SAU-9), the Reserve component for Training Squadron Nine (VT-9), one of two training squadrons that operate from Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., under Training Wing One (TW-1). U.S. Navy photo by Ens Darin K. Russell. (RELEASED)

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Photo 040902-N-4779D-001
040902-N-4779D-001 Naval Air Station Key West, Fla. (Sep. 2, 2004) - Construction Electrician 2nd Class Jacob Tallman, assigned to Naval Construction Battalion Four Zero Two (NMCB-402), puts hurricane shutters in place as part of preparations at Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West, Fla., for approaching hurricane Frances. NAS Key West is assisting military families and storing government aircraft from throughout Florida, evacuated ahead of Frances arrival. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Trice Denny (RELEASED)

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Photo 040902-N-4779D-004
040902-N-4779D-004 Naval Air Station Key West, Fla. (Sep. 2, 2004) - Personnel from Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West Operations Department push a Cessna Caravan airplane, owned by the Department of State, into a hangar. The aircraft, evacuated from Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., will remain at NAS Key West's Boca Chica Field until hurricane Frances passes Florida. NAS Key West is assisting military families and storing government aircraft from throughout Florida, evacuated ahead of Frances arrival. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Trice Denny (RELEASED)

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Photo 040902-N-4779D-005
040902-N-4779D-005 Naval Air Station Key West, Fla. (Sep. 2, 2004) - Naval Air Station (NAS) Key West Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Athletic Director, Mackenzie George, updates the marquee at NAS Key West's Boca Chica Field as the station upgrades from Condition of Readiness (COR) four to three. NAS Key West is assisting military families and storing government aircraft from throughout Florida, evacuated ahead of Frances arrival. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Trice Denny (RELEASED)

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