180FW Airmen give back to local community

Airman First Class Dan Haviland, an avionics specialist assigned to the 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, collects trash alongside more than 40 180FW Airmen during the wing’s annual Adopt-A-Road clean-up day, April 8, 2017. The 180FW established a partnership with Keep Toledo/Lucas County Beautiful Adopt-A-Road program more than 20 years ago when the wing officially adopted the five mile stretch of road in March, 1997. Boasting a long tradition of supporting our surrounding communities and throughout Northwest Ohio, 180FW Airmen are fully integrated into our local communities and are invested in the safety and quality of life within those communities, they are dedicated to giving back to those communities who provide the foundational support to our missions, our Airmen and their families.

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Nic Kuetemeyer
VIRIN: 170408-Z-HL527-0131.JPG
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