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Aerial Spray Pioneer Retires

YOUNGSTOWN AIR RESERVE STATION, Ohio—Air Force Reserve Senior Master Sgt. William A. Rooks, well known as the pioneer of aerial spray maintenance, retired from the Air Force Reserve during a Dec. 2, 2006 ceremony attended by members of the 910th Maintenance Squadron and several Airmen from the 757th Airlift Squadron he has flown with during many aerial spray missions over the years. Sergeant Rooks retired with more than 35 years of service to his country. U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bryan Ripple

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