People meeting people

  • Scherders
    Maj. Scherders, RNlAF F-16 weapons instructor pilot and foreign exchange officer, poses for a portrait on February 6th, 2021 at Prince Sultan AB. As part of the FEO program, Scherders shared his expertise with 'Gambler' pilots from the 77th EFS during training missions in Saudi Arabia. [USAF photo by SrA. Leala Marquez]
  • Savageau
    Col. Trena Savageau, 944th OG commander, smiles from the cockpit of an F-16 after completing a milestone sortie on January 13th, 2021 at Luke AFB. During this flight Savageau exceeded two thousand flying hours in the F-16 putting her in an elite group of less than 900 pilots worldwide to achieve this milestone and the first female to fly 2,000 F-16 flying hours in the USAF Reserve. [USAF photo by MSgt. Louis Vega Jr.]
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    Col. Trena Savageau, 944th OG commander, poses in front of an F-16 after completing a milestone sortie on January 13th, 2021 at Luke AFB. During this flight Savageau exceeded two thousand flying hours in the F-16 putting her in an elite group of less than 900 pilots worldwide to achieve this milestone and the first female to fly 2,000 F-16 flying hours in the USAF Reserve. [USAF by MSgt. Louis Vega Jr.]
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    Col. Trena Savageau, 944th OG commander, poses with Col. Jim Greenwald, 944th FW commander, in front of an F-16 after completing a milestone sortie on January 13th, 2021 at Luke AFB. During this flight Savageau exceeded two thousand flying hours in the F-16 putting her in an elite group of less than 900 pilots worldwide to achieve this milestone and the first female to fly 2,000 F-16 flying hours in the USAF Reserve. [USAF photo by MSgt. Louis Vega Jr.]
  • Hooter
    Lt. Col Joseph 'Hooter' Feheley prepares for his final flight in an F-16 on the day of his retirement at Homestead ARB on December 10th, 2021. [USAF photo by MSgt. Allissa Landgraff]
  • Gagnon
    Maj. Joe Gagnon, 36th FS director of operations, poses for a photo at Osan AB on January 27th, 2022. Pilots from the 36th FS receive 120 days of Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses training in order to become proficiant in that duty during their duty assignment at Osan. [USAF photo by SrA. Megan Estrada]