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Lt. Col. Eric Schultz passes

Stars & Stripes reports that Lieutenant Colonel Eric Schultz was killed when his aircraft succumbed to gravity over the Nevada Test and Training Range, approximately 100 miles northwest of Nellis Air Force Base. The Air Force isn’t telling which brand of aircraft he was flying when the incident happened, but in the picture above, he’s […]
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