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Hill Air Force Base personnel, jets return from South Korea
They're back! Thank you, Airmen, for your service! pic.twitter.com/YxkGvp5WFb— 419th Fighter Wing (@419fw) April 22, 2014
The last of about 200 airmen are scheduled to return to Hill Air Force Base on Tuesday after a four-month deployment to South Korea.
Ten F-16s returned to Utah during the weekend, according to a press release from the base. The jets and airmen belong to the 388th and 419th fighter wings.
They were deployed to South Korea as part of what the Air Force described as a routine rotation of security forces in the Pacific.