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Capt. James Steel was killed after his aircraft crashed in Afghanistan following a close air support mission April 3. He was a 2006 Air Force Academy graduate.
Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. -- Air Force officials have confirmed a Shaw AFB F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot was killed April 3, after his aircraft crashed in Afghanistan returning to base from a close air support mission. The pilot, Capt. James…
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