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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; KrappC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force C-21 pilots Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, and Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander, make one final pass in C-21 aircraft number 40064 during its’ final flight from the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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Posted: 8/28/2013

C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; KrappC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force C-21 pilots Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, and Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander, accelerate down the runway in C-21 aircraft number 40064 as they launch the aircraft for the final time from the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; KrappC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scott Hovda, a crew chief in the 119th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, gives hand signals as he assists pilots Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander and Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, as they launch the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; KrappC-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp
C-21; Departure; Conversion; Lear; Retired; Pilot; Olson; Derrig; Krapp

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Scott Hovda, a crew chief in the 119th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, right, prepares to assist pilots Col. Kent Olson, the 119th Wing commander and Col. Brad Derrig, the 119th Wing vice-commander, as they launch the last C-21 aircraft number 40064 at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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C-21 Departure Conversion LearC-21 Departure Conversion Lear
C-21 Departure Conversion Lear

C-21 aircraft number 40064 sits on the flight line prior to take-off from the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., for the last time Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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C-21 Departure Conversion LearC-21 Departure Conversion Lear
C-21 Departure Conversion Lear

C-21 aircraft number 40064 sits on the flight line prior to take-off from the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., for the last time Aug. 27, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final flight for the unit before being retired at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 28, 2013. This particular aircraft was the first C-21 Lear Jet built for the U.S. Air Force. The aircraft is the last to depart the unit during a mission conversion, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)
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C-21, ConversionC-21, Conversion
C-21, Conversion

Maj. Jason Newham, and 2nd Lt. Brandon Balkowitsch, both of the 119th Wing, pilot the first of eight C-21 aircraft as it takes off at Hector International Airport Fargo, N.D., May 6, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final departure from the North Dakota Air National Guard, as the unit begins a mission conversion. The rest of the aircraft will be leaving over the next few months, with the final aircraft scheduled to depart in September, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters.
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Posted: 5/6/2013

C-21, ConversionC-21, Conversion
C-21, Conversion

Maj. Jason Newham, and 2nd Lt. Brandon Balkowitsch, both of the 119th Wing, pilot the first of eight C-21 aircraft down the taxiway as they prepare to take off at Hector International Airport Fargo, N.D., May 6, 2013. The aircraft is making its’ final departure from the North Dakota Air National Guard, as the unit begins a mission conversion. The rest of the aircraft will be leaving over the next few months, with the final aircraft scheduled to depart in September, leaving the unit without a manned flying mission for the first time since it began in 1947. It will be the only state in the United States without a manned flying mission. The unit has an outstanding flying record with over 174,000 hours without a class A mishap in manned aircraft. The 119th Wing is one of only two Air National Guard units to be selected for the U.S. Air Force Hughes Trophy, awarded to flying units, and the only Air National Guard unit to win the award twice. The unit also won the William Tell World-Wide fighter competition three times while flying fighters.
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Posted: 5/6/2013

Hooligans get first look at C-27JHooligans get first look at C-27J
Hooligans get first look at C-27J

Unit members of the North Dakota Air National Guard, Fargo, N.D. get their first look at a C-27J Spartan aircraft upon landing Oct. 14, at Hector International Airport in preparation for a familiarization tour being conducted Friday, Oct. 15, by L-3 Platform Integration, Alenia North America, and the companies' joint venture, Global Military Aircraft Systems (GMAS), at the Fargo Air National Guard Base. The familiarization tour is to help unit members of the North Dakota Air National Guard get acquainted with their future aircraft and planned mission transition scheduled to begin in 2013. The media is also invited to the NDANG to take a look at the new aircraft. The C-27J is a mid-range, multifunctional and interoperable aircraft able to perform logistical re-supply medical evacuation, troop movement, airdrop operations, humanitarian assistance and homeland security missions for the U.S. Air Force. The C-27J is essential to the U.S. Air Force's ability to provide on-demand transport of time-sensitive/mission-critical cargo and key personnel to forward deployed units.
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Hooligans get first look at C-27JHooligans get first look at C-27J
Hooligans get first look at C-27J

Capt. Ryan Ayers, right, and Capt. Christopher Domitrovich, both of the North Dakota Air National Guard, Fargo, N.D. get their first look inside the cockpit of a C-27J Spartan aircraft after it lands Oct. 14, at Hector International Airport in preparation for a familiarization tour being conducted Friday, Oct. 15, by L-3 Platform Integration, Alenia North America, and the companies' joint venture, Global Military Aircraft Systems (GMAS), at the Fargo Air National Guard Base. The familiarization tour is to help unit members of the North Dakota Air National Guard get acquainted with their future aircraft and planned mission transition scheduled to begin in 2013. The media is also invited to the NDANG to take a look at the new aircraft. The C-27J is a mid-range, multifunctional and interoperable aircraft able to perform logistical re-supply medical evacuation, troop movement, airdrop operations, humanitarian assistance and homeland security missions for the U.S. Air Force. The C-27J is essential to the U.S. Air Force's ability to provide on-demand transport of time-sensitive/mission-critical cargo and key personnel to forward deployed units.
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Hooligans get first look at C-27JHooligans get first look at C-27J
Hooligans get first look at C-27J

Lt. Col. Mike Depree, of the 119th Operations Group, greets Massimo Trocino, as Tracino lands in a C-27 J Spartan aircraft Oct 14, at Hector International Airport in preparation for a familiarization tour being conducted Friday, Oct. 15, by L-3 Platform Integration, Alenia North America, and the companies' joint venture, Global Military Aircraft Systems (GMAS), at the North Dakota Air National Guard, Fargo N.D. The familiarization tour is to help unit members of the North Dakota Air National Guard get acquainted with their future aircraft and planned mission transition scheduled to begin in 2013. The media is also invited to the NDANG to take a look at the new aircraft. The C-27J is a mid-range, multifunctional and interoperable aircraft able to perform logistical re-supply medical evacuation, troop movement, airdrop operations, humanitarian assistance and homeland security missions for the U.S. Air Force. The C-27J is essential to the U.S. Air Force's ability to provide on-demand transport of time-sensitive/mission-critical cargo and key personnel to forward deployed units.
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Posted: 10/15/2010

Hooligans get their first look at C-27JHooligans get their first look at C-27J
Hooligans get their first look at C-27J

A C-27J Spartan aircraft lands Oct. 14, at Hector International Airport in preparation for a familiarization tour being conducted Friday, Oct. 15, by L-3 Platform Integration, Alenia North America, and the companies' joint venture, Global Military Aircraft Systems (GMAS), at the North Dakota Air National Guard, Fargo, N.D. The familiarization tour is to help unit members of the North Dakota Air National Guard get acquainted with their future aircraft and planned mission transition scheduled to begin in 2013. The media is also invited to the NDANG to take a look at the new aircraft. The C-27J is a mid-range, multifunctional and interoperable aircraft able to perform logistical re-supply medical evacuation, troop movement, airdrop operations, humanitarian assistance and homeland security missions for the U.S. Air Force. The C-27J is essential to the U.S. Air Force's ability to provide on-demand transport of time-sensitive/mission-critical cargo and key personnel to forward deployed units.
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Posted: 10/15/2010

    

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