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Download full resolution image The 107th Airlift Wing recognized members of the Logistics Readiness Squadron who recently completed the 107 Airlift Wing Mishap Prevention Program.

107th Airmen Recognized For Safety Program

NIAGARA FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION--The 107th Airlift Wing recognized members of the Logistics Readiness Squadron who recently completed the 107 Airlift Wing Mishap Prevention Program. Pictured are, from left,Operations and Compliance Superintendent Senior Master Sgt. Matthew R Rose, Unit Safety Representative Tech. Sgt. Joanna M Blackburn, assistant Unit Safety Representative, and Building Manager Master Sgt Melissa N Shenefiel, assistant Building Manager Senior Airman Andrew Thompson, Asset Management Supervisor Senior Master Sgt. Ralph Burrows.

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