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Lt. Gen. John Bradley, chief of the Air Force Reserve, told reporters at the Pentagon Tuesday (see above)that he is “excited” about pairing up with the active duty 3rd Wing at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, to fly “the F-22 in an associated relationship.” Air Force Reserve Command will activate the 302nd Fighter Squadron as an associate to the 3rd Wing, which is slated to be the first Pacific Air Forces base to receive the new F-22 Raptor.