Ravell Call, Deseret News
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Nearly 150 airmen from the 388 Fighter Wing are back in Utah after a six-month deployment to Korea.
The pilots, maintainers and personnel provided F-16 air support in the region as part of a routine U.S. Pacific Command Theater Security Package rotation.
Due to federal budget cuts, the squadron will have reduced flying hours through September. Aircrew and maintainers will use flight simulators and academic training to maintain basic skills and knowledge of their aircraft.
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