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English: USAF Boeing E-4B Advanced Airborne Command Post ("Nightwatch") and two C-32 passenger transportation aircraft at Royal Australian Air Force support facilities at Fairbairn in Canberra, the national capital of Australia.
Date 21 February 2008(2008-02-21)
Source Own work
Author Peter Ellis (talk)

Picture taken at 7.15pm Australian Eastern Daylight Saving time, 21 February 2008, looking into the setting sun under heavy cloud cover.

The three USAF aircraft had brought to Canberra:

The occasion was the AUSMIN (Australia-US Ministerial) alliance talks, which were headed by Australia's Minister of Defence Joel Fitzgibbon and Minister for Foreign Affairs Stephen Smith. Side talks were held by the US military staffs with their Australian Defence Force counterparts.

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2008-02-24 03:50:56 Peter Ellis 51203 1300×440 {{Information |Description=[[USAF]] [[Boeing E-4B]] Advanced Airborne Command Post ("Nightwatch") and two [[C-32]] passenger transportation aircraft at [[Royal Australian Air Force]] support facilities at [[Fairbairn%2C_Canberra#Defence_Establishment_Fair


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