Col. John J. Higgins, the commander of the New York Air National Guard's 107th Airlift Wing, is doused by fellow airmen on Sept. 25, as he steps off of the aircraft following his "fini flight," his final flight as a navigator. It was the wing's final flight in a C-130 before converting to the MQ-9 mission.
The September issue takes a look back at the 136th General Conference & Exhibition.
The magazine also includes a story about how new technology is slow to replace SINCGARS as the Army's main tactical radio, and how Lt. Gen. Herb Temple toughened Army Guard training in the '80s so this generation wouldn't suffer some of his combat experiences. | Read more