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The first [Soviet AN-2 Biplane] we ever saw was sitting at the China Lake Naval Air Station with big signs on it saying, "Secret, do not photograph." So, of course, everybody did.
(Wayman Dunlap, Pacific Flyer, 10/8/2006)
 
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