This “village” at the Grayling Aerial Gunnery Range, near Grayling, Mich., is actually one of the targets that can be used for training during attack missions of military aircraft. Using precision munitions, Air Force aircraft can target specific buildings within the compound. The goal is to provide pilots and ground controllers the most realistic and relevant training possible before a deployment. (U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt. David Kujawa)
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