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    Beta Program Success: 178th Wing Airman becomes the first MQ-9 pilot in the Air Force to hold a command position in an Attack Squadron [Image 2 of 3]

    Beta Program Success: 178th Wing Airman becomes the first MQ-9 pilot in the Air Force to hold a command position in an Attack Squadron

    SPRINGFIELD, OH, UNITED STATES

    10.11.2016

    Photo by Staff Sgt. Amber Mullen 

    178th Wing

    Lt. Col. Bradley Allen, the commander of the 162nd Attack Squadron, poses for a group photo in front of a remotely piloted aircraft. On October 1, 2019, Allen became the first 18X to take control of a remotely piloted aircraft attack squadron. (Courtesy photo)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 10.11.2016
    Date Posted: 11.19.2020 15:26
    Photo ID: 6429771
    VIRIN: 201022-Z-OC810-1003
    Resolution: 4608x3072
    Size: 5.76 MB
    Location: SPRINGFIELD, OH, US 

    Web Views: 31
    Downloads: 1

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