End of a chapter for MH-139A Grey Wolf as it leaves Eglin AFB

The MH-139A Grey Wolf left Eglin Air Force Base for the last time on June 27 signalling its transition to a combat-capable aircraft under Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC).

The MH-139 arrived at Eglin AFB, Florida in December 2019 and was officially named Grey Wolf shortly after. Initially, testing was limited as the aircraft was then owned by Boeing. The 413th Flight Test Squadron (FLTS) collaborated with AFGSC’s Detachment 7 to manage, fly, and crew the test missions alongside Boeing’s flight crew.

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