Final F-15 Flight Celebration

Celebrating a final flight and milestone. Pilots of the 110 Fighter Squadron, gathered to celebrate with Col Jon "JB" Kelk for his final F-15 flight at Lambert-Saint Louis Airport on March 12. Col Kelk was the first ever pilot to log over 4000 hours in F-15 model aircraft and still holds the record with over 4160 flying hours. Pictured left to right: Lt Col Mike "Father" Flanagan, Col Rob "Mos" Mohr, Col Kelk, Lt Col Mike "Hung" Jurries, Lt Col Brian "Spiderman" Kamp, Lt Col Jeff "Chunks" Verville, and Col Greg "Spinner" Champagne. The 110th Fighter Squadron is attached to the 131st Fighter Wing, Missouri Air National Guard (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sergeant Mary-Dale Amison)

PHOTO BY: Master Sergeant Mary-Dale Amison
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