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A cadet from Training Air Wing FIVE walks back to the barracks at the Roswell International Airport after completing his test flight. Brandon Messick - Daily Press

A cadet from Training Air Wing FIVE walks back to the barracks at the Roswell International Airport after completing his test flight.
Brandon Messick – Daily Press

By BRANDON MESSICK

Daily Press Staff Writer

Military flight cadets stationed in Roswell since Jan. 6 will be returning to Pensacola, Fla., Sunday after 10 weeks in Southeast New Mexico.

The training detachment, known as Training Air Wing FIVE, consists of approximately 65 students, 30 instructors, 10 staff, 30 contract maintenance workers, and 29 technicians, supervisors and workers at Roswell International Air Center. For most of the year, the wing has been stationed in Whiting Field, Fla., but inclement weather during winter months brought the flight cadets to southeastern New Mexico to continue their training. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.