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Military Aircraft Delivers Rare Opportunity for Public Access

An impressive campus visitor, under blue skies Aviation maintenance technology student Ryan M. Enders and Ashley V. Martin, a nursing major, take a peek inside A sense of proportion Jacob W. Kielwein, a plastics and polymer engineering technology major (left), and Reservist Raymond J. Fischer III, enrolled in plastics and polymer technology A smooth takeoff A CH-47 Chinook helicopter landed on the Madigan Library lawn Thursday morning, offering the campus community a closer look at the 100-foot-long military transport craft. Operated by the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and sponsored by Penn College Army ROTC, the twin-engine, tandem-rotor helicopter attracted much attention in his three-hour stay. Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays and Michael S. Fischer, student photographers

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