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Officials with the New Jersey Air National Guard 177th Fighter Wing have announced a period of three weeks, beginning now, where they'll be flying a heavier night schedule in, out, and around the Atlantic City International Airport area.

The purpose is to "maintain mission-capability and combat-readiness."

Officials say the training flights should end each night by 10 PM.

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