Wall St Journal, back pages, "US Unit takes Permanent Posting In Poland". A 10 man USAF detachment is assigned to Lask, Poland. The Poles are ecstatic to have a real US military detachment to their soil. They hope that even the tiniest US deployment to their territory will ward off a Russian invasion.
There is a color picture. Shows ten of USAF enlisted men, commanded by a major standing around on a Polish air base. Pretty small command for a major. I commanded better than a hundred men as a second lieutenant. Good old USAF, a lot of the men have their hands in their pockets, only a few of them are wearing gloves. Most of them are wearing service caps (wheel hats) and wearing them poorly. Others are wearing flight caps. A couple of Polish officers are welcoming them. The Poles are wearing insignia on their collars that look like American sergeant's stripes. In the background we have a C-130 transport plane with "Polish Air Force" lettered on the fuselage, in big letters, in English.
After a generation of Polish jokes in USAF, you would think the Poles would come up with something else to put on their planes. "Air Force of Poland" would sound a lot better.