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Nick Forrence,a junior at CamPbell High School in Litchfield, sitting in the F-35 LIghtning II, cockpit demonstrator, is taught how to fly a real one, by Stormy Boudreaux, an instructor pilot for Lockhead Martin, during the FIRST Robotics Granite State Regionals held at the Verizon Wireless Arena, on Friday. (THOMAS ROY / UNION LEADER)

Only In Print: Future engineers go super-sonic at FIRST

MANCHESTER — High school students taking part in a robotics competition are getting a first-hand look at how far the technology lessons they learn today can take them into the future.

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