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  • 176EFS
    Lt Col. Stalker, pilot for the 176th EFS deployed to Bagram Airfield, returns from his 221st combat sortie and receives his 1,000 combat hours patch on September 9th, 2019. Less than 10 F-16C pilots under the rank of Colonel have logged 1,000 combat flying hours. [USAF photo by TSgt. Isaac Garden]
  • 311FS
    Lt. Col. George Normandin, 311th FS director of operations and 1st Lt. Wooyeon Hicks, 311th FS student, prepare to taxi on January 11th, 2020 at Holloman AFB. Members from the 311th FS departed Holloman for Key West to allow their students to participate in Dissimilar Air Combat Training. [USAF photo by A1C. Autumn Vogt]
  • 91-0343
    Col. Jason Hokaj, 52nd FW vice commander, prepares for takeoff in F-16C block 50 #91-0343 at Spangdahlem AB on April 23rd, 2020. Later that day, Hokaj's aircraft passed the 10,000 flight hours milestone. [USAF photo by Alex Miller]
  • 91-0343_001
    Col. Jason Hokaj, 52nd FW vice commander, prepares for takeoff in F-16C block 50 #91-0343, at Spangdahlem AB on April 23rd, 2020. Later that day, Hokaj's aircraft passed the 10,000 flight hours milestone. [USAF photo by Kyle Cope]
  • 90-0829
    A1C. Spencer Hartung, 52nd Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels distribution operator, finishes positioning a fuel line on F-16C block 50 #90-0829 during a 'hot pit' refuel at Spangdahlem AB on April 8th, 2020. [USAF photo by SSgt. Preston Cherry]
  • 555EFS
    Lt.Col. Beau Diers, 555 EFS commander, opens the canopy of his F-16 following a sortie at Prince Sultan AB on April 6th, 2020. During the sortie, Diers eclipsed his 3,000th flight hour during a sortie in support of contingency operations in U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility. [USAF photo by TSgt. Michael Charles]
  • 88-0526
    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0526 assigned to the 555th EFS parks on the runway at Prince Sultan Air Base on April 6th, 2020. Lt. Col. Beau Diers, 555 EFS commander eclipsed his 3,000th flight hour during a sortie in support of contingency operations in U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility. [USAF photo by TSgt. Michael Charles]
  • 8AMU
    Airmen from the 8th AMU pose for a photo on June 4th, 2020 at Holloman AFB. The team of Airmen were described by the 49th Equipment Maintenance Squadron wing corrosion manager, TSgt. William Garcia, as hardworking, dedicated and self-motivated in regards to their workmanship during the 5 to 11-day process of painting. [USAF photo by SrA. Collette Brooks]
  • 56EMS
    A team of nine 56th EMS Low Observable Aircraft Structural Maintenance personnel pose for a photo on June 27th, 2020 at Luke AFB. The team painted an F-16C Fighting Falcon, assigned to the 310th FS, a solid medium gray color versus the traditional dark gray on top and light on the bottom. The process took approximately a week, including sanding, priming, and painting. [USAF photo]
  • 944FW
    Col. Sean Rassas, 944th FW vice commander, smiles from the cockpit of an F-16 after completing a milestone sortie on November 24th, 2020 at Luke AFB. This flight pushed Rassas past three thousand flying hours in the F-16 making him one of only 296 USAF pilots to reach that unique milestone. [USAF photo]
  • 944FW_001
    Col. Sean Rassas, 944th FW vice commander, comes to a stop following a momentous sortie on November 24th, 2020 at Luke AFB. During the flight Rassas surpassed three thousand flying hours in the F-16 becoming one of only 296 USAF pilots to reach that milestone. [USAF Photo]
  • 944FW_002
    Col. Sean Rassas, 944th FW vice commander, poses with his family in front of an F-16 following his 2,024th sortie on November 24th, 2020 at Luke AFB. During the flight Rassas surpassed three thousand hours in the F-16 becoming one of only 296 USAF pilots to reach that unique milestone. [USAF Photo]