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Airmen from the 103rd Air Control Squadron raise a fiber composite radome on to 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 to eliminate 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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