Three AF Reserve instructor pilots surpass 3,000 flight hour milestone

Four T-38C Talons taxi in order to depart from Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, on Feb. 22, 2024, as part of a four-ship formation to commemorate three Air Force Reserve instructor pilots assigned to the 39th Flying Training Squadron and one civilian instructor pilot assigned to the 560th Flying Training Squadron exceeding 3,000 flight hours in the T-38C Talon. As of Mar. 1, 2024, Lt. Col. Christopher Jackson has accumulated approximately 3,350 hours, Lt. Col. Matthew Alley will have 3,267 hours, Lt. Col. William Borron will have accumulated 3,210 hours, and retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Charles Kistler will have accumulated 3,219 hours.

PHOTO BY: Jet Fabara
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