With modern technology, we aren’t accustomed to having equipment last more than a few years. Even in the auto mobile industry, once a car reaches 25 years old it’s considered an antique. One would think the same rules would apply to our military. But when you have a piece of equipment that continues to perform in any situation, why replace a good thing? The Air Force seems to agree with that notion, which is why the C-130 cargo plane is being celebrated this week by Dyess. To give us some history and insight into the plane and the planned celebration reception, we spoke with Lt. Colonel Ken Gjone in this story.
Reporter: Dave Smith