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New Air Force Reservists welcomed in courthouse ceremony

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Air Force Reserve increased its numbers by an even dozen during a mass enlistment ceremony held October 4 at the Mahoning County Courthouse, downtown here. Colonel Karl McGregor, commander of the 910th Airlift Wing, based at Youngstown Air Reserve Station, administered the oath of enlistment to the 12 new enlistees during the ceremony held in the courthouse's historic rotunda. The audience was comprised up of family, friends, Reservists from the air station and local media. People passing through the rotunda on business also stopped to observe the event. The gathered crowd congratulated the new enlistees and wished them well as they joined their new military family. Most of the future Citizen Airmen will be assigned to the 910th Airlift Wing. The mass enlistment event, organized by the 910th Recruiting Services Flight, began with the posting of the colors by the 910th Airlift Wing Honor Guard and concluded with an on-site reception for the attendees. U.S. Air Force photo/ Tech. Sgt. Bob Barko Jr.

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