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Old 4th February 2021, 13:23
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USAF strike location codes

Some Northrop F-89Js were struck (code TL) from the 148th Fighter Group at Duluth with the disposal destination given variously as FAAMP and AAMP.
Does anyone have any idea what this code might be referring to please?
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