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Ohio State Highway Patrol's Flying Wheel finds prominent home

Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Matt Fidram and his sister Master Sgt. Rachel Fidram, a C-130 crew chief with the 910th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here, watch a ceremony to unveil C-130 nose art featuring the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) Flying Wheel logo. As crew chief for the aircraft, Master Sgt. Fidram selected the themed nose art to honor her brother and father, both of whom have served with the OSHP. The nose art further signifies the partnership between Youngstown Air Reserve Station with state and local law enforcement agencies. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric White)

PHOTO BY: Eric White
VIRIN: 171213-F-PO120-1008.JPG
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