53rd ATCS certifies local airport for C-130 aircraft operations

PERRY, Ga. – Airmen with the 53rd Air traffic Control Squadron stand on the side of the runway as a C-130J aircraft prepares for departure at the Perry, Georgia, Airport June 23, 2022. The Perry Airport was used as a pilot training location during World War II. (courtesy photo) (left to right, Maj. Duane 53rd Air traffic Control Squadron Reid director of operations, Staff Sgt. Mason Reynolds, 53rd ATCS radar, airfield and weather systems supervisor. Tech. Sgt. Erich Poss, 53rd ATCS NCOIC contingency airfield training, Staff Sgt. Logan Pilawski, 53rd ATCS landing zone safety officer, Lt. Col. Jeremy Gracy, 53 ATCS commander)

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