Wing commander speaks to racing fans

Col. Albert Lupenski, commander of the 932nd Airlift Wing, speaks to auto racing fans at an area speedway near Granite City, Ill. Lupenski spoke to the big crowd and was interviewed by track announcer Doug Jenkins just before the races began. The colonel was also there to cheer the Salty Dog race team, which proudly sports the Air Force Reserve logo on its hood. The Salty Dog race team is owned by Bob Salter, a retired senior NCO and former 932nd AW member. The 932nd AW is the only Air Force Reserve unit that flies the C-40C. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Dan Oliver)

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