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Ty Greenlees

Ty Greenlees is a staff photographer for Cox Media Group Ohio.

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brick quarters
The Air Force is exploring a "full gamut"of options to tear down or fund  a costly renovation of historic brick homes at Wright-Patterson, which has nearly all of the dozens of remaining government-owned homes in the military branch. This home was constructed with 88 others between 1934-37 that are listed on the National Register...

Posted: 11 hours ago

The Air Force is exploring a "full gamut"of options to tear down or fund a costly renovation of historic brick homes at Wright-Patterson, which has nearly all of the dozens of remaining government-owned homes in the military branch. This home was constructed with 88 others between 1934-37 that are listed on the National Register...
Boeing MH-139
Collective control on Boeing/Leonardo MH-139 helicopter that visited the Greene County Airport on Monday.   Boeing is bidding the MH-139 as a replacement for the Air Force's aging UH-1N Huey fleet.  Company representatives flew local media workers around the city.  TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Posted: a day ago

Collective control on Boeing/Leonardo MH-139 helicopter that visited the Greene County Airport on Monday. Boeing is bidding the MH-139 as a replacement for the Air Force's aging UH-1N Huey fleet. Company representatives flew local media workers around the city. TY GREENLEES / STAFF