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Power and Vigilance awarded to the 419th Fighter Wing

Col. Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander, congratulates this year's winner of the 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy, Col. Bryan Radliff, 419th Fighter Wing commander. This is only the fifth year this trophy has found a home. The first four winners being the 477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf, Alaska, 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead ARB, Fla., 301st Fighter Wing, NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas, and the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Col. Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander, congratulates this year's winner of the 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy, Col. Bryan Radliff, 419th Fighter Wing commander. This is only the fifth year this trophy has found a home. The first four winners being the 477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf, Alaska, 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead ARB, Fla., 301st Fighter Wing, NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas, and the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Colonel Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander, unveils the latest addition to the Power and Vigilance trophy with Roman Palomares, Airpower Foundation chairman. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’.  They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Col. Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander, unveils the latest addition to the Power and Vigilance trophy with Roman Palomares, Airpower Foundation chairman. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Col. Bryan Radliff, 419th Fighter Wing commander, takes a moment to express his thanks to 10th Air Force in naming the 419 FW, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, as this year’s Power and Vigilance trophy recipient.  This is only the fifth year this trophy has found a home. The first four winners being the 477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf, Alaska, 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead ARB, Fla., 301st Fighter Wing, NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas, and the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Col. Bryan Radliff, 419th Fighter Wing commander, takes a moment to express his thanks to 10th Air Force in naming the 419 FW, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, as this year’s Power and Vigilance trophy recipient. This is only the fifth year this trophy has found a home. The first four winners being the 477th Fighter Group, Elmendorf, Alaska, 482nd Fighter Wing, Homestead ARB, Fla., 301st Fighter Wing, NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas, and the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman AFB, Missouri. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

As the latest recipients of the 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance award, members of the 419th Fighter Wing pose with the trophy. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’.  They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

As the latest recipients of the 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance award, members of the 419th Fighter Wing pose with the trophy. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Colonel Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander,  members of the 419th Fighter Wing and Airpower Foundation chairman, Roman Palomares, pose with the Power and Vigilance trophy. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’.  They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

Col. Donald Lindberg, 10th Air Force vice commander, members of the 419th Fighter Wing and Airpower Foundation chairman, Roman Palomares, pose with the Power and Vigilance trophy. The 419th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

The 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy was presented to the 419th Fighter Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in a ceremony recently at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 419 FW was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’.  They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

The 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy was presented to the 419th Fighter Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in a ceremony recently at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 419 FW was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

The 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy was presented to the 419th Fighter Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in a ceremony recently at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 419 FW was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’.  They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)

The 10th Air Force Power and Vigilance trophy was presented to the 419th Fighter Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in a ceremony recently at the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 419 FW was recently proclaimed the premier unit within 10th Air Force, winning trophy bragging rights for the year. The Power and Vigilance Award is presented annually to the 10 AF Reserve unit that exhibits the NAF mission as "the premier provider of affordable, integrated, flexible, and mission-ready Citizen Airmen to execute power and vigilance missions in support of U.S. National Security.” The symbolism of the bronze figure on the award says it all, ‘grabbing the bull by the horns’. They are only the fifth unit to hold this honor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Julie Briden-Garcia)