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AC-119 Gunship Association donates lithographs to Teresa Village

Members of the 18th Flight Test Squadron at Hurlburt Field stand with Gus Sininger (second from left) and Garrettson "Garry" Gourley (front row, second from right) after a ceremony to dedicate two AC-119 gunship lithographs to Teresa Village on July 8. Sininger and Gourley are retired flight engineers on the K-model and G-model, respectively. The original paintings, by Darby Perrin, were donated to the United States Air Force Museum by the AC-119 Gunship Association. The paintings detail the highly dangerous missions flown by the aircrews of the 71st, 17th and 18th Special Operations Squadrons during the Vietnam conflict beginning in 1969. The 18th FLTS has a direct lineage to the 71st, 17th and 18th SOSs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Buffy Galbraith)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Buffy Galbraith
VIRIN: 080708-F-1533G-003.JPG
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