Heritage Display

The Connecticut Air National Guard’s Flying Yankees are well into their 93rd year and the 103rd Heritage Collection located in the unit’s operations building has acquired an extensive compilation of photographs and artifacts. Recently, Maj. D. Elliotte Draegor, historian and director of inspections, assembled a display in the wing’s headquarters building outside of the dining facility. The display is comprised of various artifacts and stories she has come across in her research and it certainly catches your eye, telling the story of Gen. George P. Kane, the first person to enlist in the 118th Observation Squadron. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Hewes)

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