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Ohio 16th district congressman visits 910th, YARS

YOUNGSTOWN AIR RESERVE STATION, Ohio – Congressman Jim Renacci’s Dec. 19, 2013 visit here started at the Air Force Reserve installation’s Community Activity Center for a facility walkthrough and a group meal featuring the annual YARS Holiday Fireside Luncheon. Following the meal, the group paused a moment for a photo. From left are: David Deibel, YARS Base-Community Council Vice president; Master Sgt. Phillip Brady, 910th Security Forces Squadron patrolmen and 16th district constituent; Congressman Jim Renacci, Ohio 16th district representative; Airman 1st Class Brian Whitlock, 910th Logistics Readiness Squadron traffic management specialist and 16th district constituent; Col. James Dignan, 910th Airlift Wing commander; Col. David Post, 910th Maintenance Group commander; Col. Bill Phillips, 910th Operations Group commander; Col Teresa Hams, 910th Mission Support Group commander; Col. Rodney Waite, 910th Medical Squadron commander and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Mike Hudson, Inspector/Instructor, Detachment 3, Maintenance Co., Combat Logistics Battalion 453, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. The congressman visited YARS to learn more about the wing’s capabilities and the installation’s features firsthand as well as meet some of the Citizen Airmen assigned here. U.S. Air Force photos by Master Sgt. Bob Barko Jr.

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Bob Barko Jr.
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