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910th AW reveals the fleet’s new tail flash and nose art

Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel and 910th Airlift Wing Commander Dan Sarachene talk near a pair of C-130H Hercules aircraft here, May 3, 2018, after a ceremony to unveil a new aircraft tail flash and nose art. Sarachene decided to update the tail flash to better reflect the status of the unit and pay homage to the installation's surrounding community. The Y in the word Youngstown on the tail flash is stylized after YSU's logo. The old tail flash featured a red and blue section representing the wing's two flying squadrons, the 773rd and 757th Airlift Squadrons. Only the 757th AS remains at the wing. The new nose art pays homage to the 75th anniversary of the 757th AS. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric M. White)

PHOTO BY: Eric M. White
VIRIN: 180503-F-PO120-1065.JPG
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