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910th commander talks up Youngstown on Capitol Hill

910th Airlift Wing Commander Col. James Dignan (far right), based at Youngstown Air Reserve Station (YARS), Ohio, talks with Congressman Bill Johnson, Ohio 6th district (far left); Congressman Tim Ryan, Ohio 13th district (second from left) and Congressman David Joyce, Ohio 14th district (third from left), during a meeting on Capitol Hill here, June 25, 2015. Also listening to the 910th commander is Mr. Ryan Keating, Congressman Ryan’s Deputy Chief of Staff (fourth from left); Mr. Felix Castro, Congressman Ryan’s Defense Legislative Fellow (fifth from left), and 910th Airlift Wing Vice Commander Col. Darryl Markowski (second from right). Dignan visited with the congressmen and their staffers to discuss the 910th’s mission as well as several issues concerning the unit and installation as part of the commander’s Air Force Reserve Capitol Hill Visit program, June 24 and 25, 2015. The primary purpose of the program is to assist commanders in improving and building on relationships established with congressional delegations and to increase their unit’s visibility with members of congress. U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bob Barko Jr.

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Bob Barko, Jr.
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