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In a single F-16 air-to-air mission recently flown at the 301st Fighter Wing, Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, five Air Force Reserve pilots amassed an astounding combined total of 23, 895. 8 flying hours, exemplifying the experience within the Air Force Reserve Command. Lt. Gen. John Bradley, Air Force Reserve Command commander, Brig. Gen. Neil Rohan, AFRC Office of Plans and Programs, Col. Ken Bachelor, 301st FW vice commander, Col. Kevin Pottinger, 301 FW commander, and Col. Tommy Williams, 301st Operations Group commander are the epitome of AFRC's vision of being the world's best mutual support to the Air Force and their joint partners as unrivialed wingmen. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

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