Reservists deliver newest C-17 to McChord

As is tradition, Airmen from the first aircrew to fly a new aircraft leave their signatures on an inside panel in the cargo area. The 446th Airlift Wing is an Air Force Reserve wing at McChord Field, Wash., sharing global airlift missions with the 62nd AW, the aircraft-owning unit. With three C-17 flying squadrons, the 2,300-strong wing provides aircrews and support on a daily basis to execute the Air Force's global airlift mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sandra Pishner)

PHOTO BY: Sandra Pishner
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