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AC-119 Gunship Association donates lithographs to Teresa Village

Lt. Col. Donald Peck, 18th Flight Test Squadron commander, and Gus Sininger, retired U.S. Air Force flight engineer, flank a lithograph donated to Teresa Village during a ceremony there on July 8. The original painting, by Darby Perrin, titled "Guns Hot," depicts an AC-119K Stinger gunship as it wreaks havoc on the Ho Chi Minh Trail during the Viet Nam War. The painting highlights the fifth anniversary of the AC-119 Gunship Association. Sininger was a member of the 18th Special Operations Squadron, which flew the AC-119K. The 18th FLTS has a direct lineage to the 18th SOS, and Colonel Peck took a special interest in the AC-119 gunship and its history. (U.S. Air Photo by Master Sgt. Buffy Galbraith)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Buffy Galbraith
VIRIN: 080708-F-1533G-002.JPG
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