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Sadick visits Luke

Kenneth Sadick, a first lieutenant in World War II, passed his instrument flight test on Feb. 14, 1944, and was awarded his wings in March of the same year at Luke Field. Sadick returned to Luke Air Force 70 years later for Luke's Open House and Air Show. (Courtesy photo)

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