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Farewell to 104

Aircraft 104 waits to fly her last refueling mission with the airmen of the 107th Airlift Wing on April 22.  The aircraft will soon leave the 107th for the 126th ARW, Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2's after flying refueler's for more than 13 years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rebecca Kenyon).

Aircraft 104 waits to fly her last refueling mission with the airmen of the 107th Airlift Wing on April 22. The aircraft will soon leave the 107th for the 126th ARW, Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2's after flying refueler's for more than 13 years. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rebecca Kenyon).

Capt. Jason Thomas, 107th Airlift Wing, Pilot, looks over a KC-135 as part of a preflight inspection here before the aircraft flies her last refueling mission with the 107th on April 22.  Also in the photo, Master Sgt. Stephan Kovacs, 107th AW, helps perform a preflight inspection on his aircraft. The aircraft will soon leave Niagara Falls for the 126 ARW, Scott AFB, Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2's.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rebecca Kenyon).

Capt. Jason Thomas, 107th Airlift Wing, Pilot, looks over a KC-135 as part of a preflight inspection here before the aircraft flies her last refueling mission with the 107th on April 22. Also in the photo, Master Sgt. Stephan Kovacs, 107th AW, helps perform a preflight inspection on his aircraft. The aircraft will soon leave Niagara Falls for the 126 ARW, Scott AFB, Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2's. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rebecca Kenyon).

107th AW crew chiefs stand in front of their aircraft before she flies her last sortie with the 107th.  The aircraft will leave Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station for the Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2 aircraft.  From left to right, Staff Sgt. Courtney Bauer, Staff Sgt. Nicholas Metro, Tech. Sgt. Bob Snyder, Master Stephan Kovacs.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd).

107th AW crew chiefs stand in front of their aircraft before she flies her last sortie with the 107th. The aircraft will leave Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station for the Illinois Air National Guard as the 107th converts to C-130H2 aircraft. From left to right, Staff Sgt. Courtney Bauer, Staff Sgt. Nicholas Metro, Tech. Sgt. Bob Snyder, Master Stephan Kovacs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd).