Alamo Wing pilot talks mission and honor

Air Force Major Amy Tullis, 433rd Airlift Wing, pilot, speaks at a Veterans’ Freedom Day luncheon, Nov. 8, 2014 at the Singing Waters Vineyards in Comfort, Texas. Tullis, who flies the C-5A Galaxy, is an instructor pilot at the 433rd Airlift Wing, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. She is also a pilot for Delta Airlines. She went on to talk about her role as an Air Force Reserve pilot and the mission of the strategic aircraft that she flies, which delivers palletized, oversized cargo and combat ready troops anywhere in the world. Tullis has flown missions around the world including in support of OPERATIONS ENDURING and IRAQI FREEDOM, accumulating over 700 combat hours.

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