April 2009 Air National Guard aeromedical evacuation training mission to Poland includes Airmen from states of Delaware, Minnesota, and Illinois

NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE -- Beginning of April 16, 2009 Air National Guard two-week aeromedical evacuation training mission to Poland includes Airmen from three states; six Airmen from 142nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, part of 166th Airlift Wing, New Castle, Delaware ANG; two Airmen from 109th AES, part of 133rd Airlift Wing, St. Paul, Minnesota ANG, and seven aircrew from 182nd Airlift Wing, Peoria, Illinois ANG. The Airmen left New Castle, Del., aboard an Illinois ANG C-130 transport aircraft. Shown in photo: L to R: Tech. Sgt. Shawn Fitzhenry, radio operator, Minnesota ANG; Senior Airman Tom Morris, aeromedical technician, Delaware ANG; Maj. Ben Meadows, flight nurse, Delaware ANG; Tech. Sgt. John Flatten, radio operator, Minnesota ANG; Capt. Stacy Culton, communications officer, Delaware ANG; Tech. Sgt. Bill Austin, radio operator, Delaware ANG; Tech. Sgt. Sandra Clevenstine, aeromedical technician, Delaware ANG; Master Sgt. Doug Stephens, aeromedical technician, Delaware ANG; Lt. Col. Joseph Haggerty, aeromedical evacuation functional manager, National Guard Bureau, Arlington, Va.; Staff Sgt. Robert Zidrich, crew chief, Illinois ANG; 1st Lt. Brian Rezac, co-pilot, Illinois ANG; Lt. Col. Terry Feather, aircraft commander, Illinois ANG; Capt. Eric Dolan, navigator, Illinois ANG; Master Sgt. Samantha Yanez, flight engineer, Illinois ANG; Staff Sgt. Justin Kass, loadmaster, Illinois ANG; Tech. Sgt. Joseph Amato, loadmaster, Illinois ANG. Two other members of the Illinois National Guard left earlier in the week for Poland as part of an advance team (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Matwey, 166th Airlift Wing, Delaware Air National Guard).

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