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Family of Virginia Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Jeff Greenquist, holds a welcome home sign, celebrating his return from the Middle East at Joint Base Langley- Eustis, Va., Oct. 12, 2017. Greenquist is a low observable technician from the 192nd Maintenance Squadron and was deployed with the 1st Fighter Wing for six months. The deployment consisted of F-22 Raptors and Airmen representing the 1st FW in Operation Inherent Resolve against ISIS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie) Langley Raptors return home
Over 100 members assigned to the 1st Fighter Wing returned to Langley Air Force Base today after a six month deployment to the Middle East. During their deployment, F-22 Raptor aircraft participated in Operation Inherent Resolve against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. “I can’t be more proud of our Airmen,” said U.S. Air Force Col. Jason T. Hinds, 1st FW Commander. “They did fantastic work operating and maintaining the F-22 for a prolonged period of combat operations. Well done.”
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Air National Guardsmen from New Jersey's 177th Fighter Wing pose for a photo in front of the morale painting they designed, funded and created at the engine test cell facility, located at the 177th Fighter Wing, Atlantic City Air National Guard Base, N.J., on Jan. 31, 2017. The engine shop personnel, including two members not shown, wanted to create a feeling of Esprit de Corps and a reminder of just how amazing it is to work on such a complex and important military machine. The General Electric F110-GE-100 turbofan, prepped and ready for testing, produces close to 29,000 pounds of static thrust in afterburner, which can propel the Fighting Falcon to approximately twice the speed of sound. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Andrew J. Moseley/Released) Air National Guard unit's propulsion element creates powerful Esprit de Corps
New Jersey Air National Guard unit members from the propulsion element of the 177th Fighter Wing’s “Jersey Devils”, located at the Atlantic City Air National Guard Base, N.J., posed in front of a morale painting they designed, funded and created at the Engine Test Cell Facility on Jan. 31, 2017.
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