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C-17 anniversary
The flight crew for the C-17’s first flight – which took place Sept. 15, 1991 – climbs aboard T-1 for one last time. Edwards held a ceremony in Hangar 1623 to commemorate the first flight. Pictured: pilot Bill Casey (top left); loadmaster Ted Venturini (top right); co-pilot George London (center); and flight test engineer Henry Van De Graf (bottom step). (Air Force photo by Diane Betzler)

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Tags: C-17, aircraft
Photo by: Diane Betzler |  VIRIN: 110915-F-9999B-001.JPG