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Key Resolve ends for Air Component Command

Republic of Korea Air Force Lt. Gen. Park, Sin Gyu, Air Force Operations Command commander, speaks with a member of the ROKAF during Exercise Key Resolve on Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March 20, 2013. "Key Resolve is an exercise designed to train people that are stationed (here) on the plans that are in place for the defense of South Korea," said retired Brig. Gen. Barry Barksdale, 7th Air Force white cell senior air controller. "It is one of the largest computer-based exercises in the world, whereas others exercise theater warfighting (capabilities)." (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Zachary Wolf)

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