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Pilots from Hill Air Force Base to practice night flying

By nate carlisle

| The Salt Lake Tribune

First Published May 30 2014 01:23 pm • Last Updated May 30 2014 10:12 pm

Residents near Hill Air Force Base can expect to hear F-16s flying during the night on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

A news release from the base said pilots from the 388th and 419th fighter wings will be sharpening their nighttime combat skills and more jets will be in the air than normal.

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— Nate Carlisle

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