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Clayton Jones, 14, and Aaron Jones look at the inside of a 1964 Cessna 172F Skyhawk during an aviation career day at Heartland Aviation on Saturday. Community members had the opportunity to learn about different jobs in the aviation industry, including those in unmanned aircraft systems and Civil Air Patrol. They also had the opportunity to fly with local pilots.




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