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Orange Air National Guard Station receives radome prototype

Airmen from the 103rd Air Control Squadron raise a fiber composite radome to the top of the radar tower at the Orange Air National Guard Station, Orange, Conn., Oct. 25, 2014. The maintenance free radome, which gets its name from a blend of the words radar and dome, is a protective shield that encompasses a radar antenna eliminating the need to fold and protect the $2 million antenna within from possible wind damage during severe weather. (Photo courtesy of Senior Master Sgt. Keith Haessly)

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