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(Jan. 12, 2022) NAVAL AIR STATION OCEANA, Va. -- (From left) Kuwaiti Air Force Students Wakil’awal Fahad Almalek, Talal Albaloul, Meshal Hadi, and Abdulaziz Alrashed stand with their Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Oceana instructor Aviation Electrician’s Mate First Class Andrew Taylor (center). Taylor helped the Kuwaiti students gain knowledge of various upgrades of the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet from the legacy Hornets the Kuwaiti Air Force had been flying. (U.S. Navy photo)

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