180th Fighter Wing putting $105M+/yr into local economy

June 2012
Toledo Business Journal;Jun2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p2
An interview with 180th Fighter Wing Commander Colonel Steven S. Nordhaus of the Ohio Air National Guard is presented. He discusses the impact of the 180th Fighter Wing on the local economy of the state. Nordhaus reveals the upcoming projects of the F-16 Fighting Falcon Fighter organization, including the construction of the security force complex. He further imparts the vision of the organization to emerge as the best fighter wing in the world.


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