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C-130 pilot eclipses 5,000 Herk hours

Lt Col Craig Logan, former Commander of the 189th Airlift Squadron Idaho Air National Guard, achieved the distinction of flying 5,000 hours in the C-130 Hercules prior to his appointment as the Commander of the 124th Maintenance Squadron. (Air Force photo by Master Sgt Tom Gloeckle) (Released)

Lt Col Craig Logan, former Commander of the 189th Airlift Squadron Idaho Air National Guard, achieved the distinction of flying 5,000 hours in the C-130 Hercules prior to his appointment as the Commander of the 124th Maintenance Squadron. (Air Force photo by Master Sgt Tom Gloeckle) (Released)

GOWEN FIELD, Boise, Idaho -- Lt. Col. Craig Logan became only the second wing member to achieve more than 5,000 hours of C-130 flying time. Lockheed-Martin, maker of the mighty Herc, sent a 5,000 hour pin and certificate recognizing Logan for his milestone. During his career, Logan has logged combined combat and combat support hours of 373, during 193 combined combat and combat support sorties. He was presented the award by Staff Sgt. George Lewis, who has the most C-130 flying time in the wing, with more than 7,000 hours.