A view of some of the model aircraft donated to the installation by Wayne Boller during a ceremony April 11 at Scott Air Force Base’s Airfield Management Operations Atrium. Boller donated 35 military aircraft models from the U.S., Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Staff. Sgt. Justin Baggett, 375th Operations Support Squadron, hand painted backdrops for each of the display cases showcasing the models.
A view of some of the model aircraft donated to the installation by Wayne Boller during a ceremony April 11 at Scott Air Force Base’s Airfield Management Operations Atrium. Boller donated 35 military aircraft models from the U.S., Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Staff. Sgt. Justin Baggett, 375th Operations Support Squadron, hand painted backdrops for each of the display cases showcasing the models. Photo by Airman Chad Gorecki
A view of some of the model aircraft donated to the installation by Wayne Boller during a ceremony April 11 at Scott Air Force Base’s Airfield Management Operations Atrium. Boller donated 35 military aircraft models from the U.S., Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Staff. Sgt. Justin Baggett, 375th Operations Support Squadron, hand painted backdrops for each of the display cases showcasing the models. Photo by Airman Chad Gorecki

375th OG dedicates model airplane collection

April 20, 2017 01:49 PM

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