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Gunfighter 1 visits Whidbey Island

An F-15E “Strike Eagle” from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, arrives Jan. 14 to NAS Whidbey Island with U.S. Air Force Col. Christopher Short (center), Commander, 366th Fighter Wing, aboard to visit the 390th Electronic Combat Squadron. He is met by Col. Christopher Sage, 366th Operations Group Commander (far left); Capt. Jay Johnston, NAS Whidbey Island Commanding Officer; Lt. Col. Karl Fischbach, 390th ECS Commander; Lt. Col.  Don Keen, 390th ECS Operations Officer.  With 16 U.S. Air Force fliers assigned to NAS Whidbey Island under the Electronic Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet umbrella, Short came for an annual squadron status visit and get a “Growler ride” in a simulator. (Tony Popp photo)

An F-15E “Strike Eagle” from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, arrives Jan. 14 to NAS Whidbey Island with U.S. Air Force Col. Christopher Short (center), Commander, 366th Fighter Wing, aboard to visit the 390th Electronic Combat Squadron. He is met by Col. Christopher Sage, 366th Operations Group Commander (far left); Capt. Jay Johnston, NAS Whidbey Island Commanding Officer; Lt. Col. Karl Fischbach, 390th ECS Commander; Lt. Col. Don Keen, 390th ECS Operations Officer. With 16 U.S. Air Force fliers assigned to NAS Whidbey Island under the Electronic Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet umbrella, Short came for an annual squadron status visit and get a “Growler ride” in a simulator. (Tony Popp photo)

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