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NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base operates a Beechcraft T-34C training plane for mission support and pilot proficiency.

Mission support aircraft such as the T-34C accompany research flights for photography and video data collection, and also as safety chase. At Dryden, the T-34C is primarily used for chasing remotely piloted unmanned air vehicles which fly slower than NASA's F-18's mission support aircraft can fly. It is also used for required pilot proficiency flying.

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