920th Rescue Wing Honors Lt. Col. David Blackburn After Last Flight

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301st Squadron HH60G Pave Hawk pilot

The Air Force Reserve's 920th Rescue Wing salutes Lt. Col David Blackburn, 301st Rescue Squadron HH60G Pave Hawk helicopter pilot with a fini flight going away--combat rescue style. After his last flight with the 920th Rescue Wing he was doused in green sea dye by his fellow Airmen. (920th Rescue Wing image)

The Air Force Reserve’s 920th Rescue Wing salutes Lt. Col. David Blackburn, 301st Rescue Squadron HH60G Pave Hawk helicopter pilot with a fini flight going away – combat rescue style. After his last flight with the 920th Rescue Wing he was doused in green sea dye by his fellow Airmen. (920th Rescue Wing image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA – It’s good to be green, especially on St Patrick’s Day.

The Air Force Reserve’s 920th Rescue Wing salutes Lt. Col. David Blackburn.

Blackburn is a 301st Rescue Squadron HH60G Pave Hawk helicopter pilot with a fini flight going away – combat rescue style.

After his last flight with the 920th Rescue Wing he was doused in green sea dye by his fellow Airmen.

The 920th Rescue Wing thanks you for your service.

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