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Gallery: USAF Launches New AEHF 2 Satellite

AEHF-2 Satellite Encapsulated in Payload Fairing

United Launch Alliance

The AEHF-2 satellite, encapsulated in a 5-meter diameter payload fairing, is mated to a United Launch Alliance Atlas V launch vehicle in preparation for launch from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

AEHF-2 Satellite Encapsulated in Payload Fairing #2

United Launch Alliance

The AEHF-2 satellite, encapsulated in a 5-meter diameter payload fairing, is mated to a United Launch Alliance Atlas V launch vehicle in preparation for launch from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

AEHF-2 Satellite Mated to Atlas 5

United Launch Alliance

The AEHF-2 satellite, encapsulated in a 5-meter diameter payload fairing, is mated to a United Launch Alliance Atlas V launch vehicle in preparation for launch from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

AEHF-2 Satellite Mated to Atlas 5 #2

United Launch Alliance

The U.S. Air Force's second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-2) satellite is encapsulated inside its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 5-meter diameter payload fairing.

AEHF-2 Satellite Mated to Atlas 5 #3

United Launch Alliance

The U.S. Air Force's second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-2) satellite is encapsulated inside its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 5-meter diameter payload fairing.

AEHF-2 Satellite Mated to Atlas 5 #4

United Launch Alliance

The U.S. Air Force's second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-2) satellite is encapsulated inside its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 5-meter diameter payload fairing.

AEHF-2 Satellite Mated to Atlas 5 #5

United Launch Alliance

The U.S. Air Force's second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-2) satellite is encapsulated inside its United Launch Alliance Atlas V 5-meter diameter payload fairing.

The Second Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite Poster

United Launch Alliance

The Second Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite poster.

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