Last aircraft to leave NDANG as flying mission ends
One of the most historic days in the 66-year history of the North Dakota Air National Guard was marked Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Since February 1947, a month after the Air Guard was first established in the state, the Airmen known as the Happy Hooligans have been successfully flying and maintaining aircraft. On Tuesday, the last C-21 Learjet left the Fargo base for good, and there will be no aircraft replacing it.
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