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Col. Christopher Lestochi, district commander, visited Hindan Air Force Station at Ghaziabad, India, in mid-October. The Alaska District is constructing a variety of facilities in support of the foreign military sale of 10 C-17 Globemaster II cargo aircraft to the Republic of India. While escorted by district employees from the Foreign Military Sales Office, Lestochi toured the on-going construction of the installation that will include accommodations of a two-bay hangar, hydrant fueling system, parachute packing and rigging facility; and an assortment of maintenance and other supporting infrastructure. Currently, the project is scheduled to be completed in December 2016 and occupies about 1,300 contractor employees. Shown here, Lestochi and Capt. Joseph Betz, project manager, tours the site of the future Squad Operations building with a few of the new aircraft parked on a new apron in the background.
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