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Wing commander logs final flight at 162nd

Brig. Gen. Rick Moisio, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, is hosed down by Master Sgt. Kerri Lane, Chief Master Sgt. Nikki Uremovich and Col. Jose Salinas after his final flight, or “fini” flight, here Dec. 19. The general is a command pilot with more than 30 years of experience and 6,000 flying hours mostly in fighter aircraft. He joined the 162nd in 1984 and assumed command of the unit in 2004. Following the fini flight, Guardsmen here held a farewell event for the commander who will depart the wing for another assignment in February. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)

Brig. Gen. Rick Moisio, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, is hosed down by Master Sgt. Kerri Lane, Chief Master Sgt. Nikki Uremovich and Col. Jose Salinas after his final flight, or “fini” flight, here Dec. 19. The general is a command pilot with more than 30 years of experience and 6,000 flying hours mostly in fighter aircraft. He joined the 162nd in 1984 and assumed command of the unit in 2004. Following the fini flight, Guardsmen here held a farewell event for the commander who will depart the wing for another assignment in February. (Air National Guard photo by Capt. Gabe Johnson)

Brig. Gen. Rick Moisio, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, gets thoroughly soaked on the flightline here after his final flight, or “fini” flight, Dec. 19. The general is a command pilot with more than 30 years of experience and 6,000 flying hours mostly in fighter aircraft. He joined the 162nd in 1984 and assumed command of the unit in 2004. Following the fini flight, Guardsmen here held a farewell event for the commander who will depart the wing for another assignment in February. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Holly Gwaltney)

Brig. Gen. Rick Moisio, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, gets thoroughly soaked on the flightline here after his final flight, or “fini” flight, Dec. 19. The general is a command pilot with more than 30 years of experience and 6,000 flying hours mostly in fighter aircraft. He joined the 162nd in 1984 and assumed command of the unit in 2004. Following the fini flight, Guardsmen here held a farewell event for the commander who will depart the wing for another assignment in February. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Holly Gwaltney)