CASE PRESENTATION: A 39 year old male without any past medical history presented to our emergency department after a single episode of self limited hemoptysis triggered by vigorous coughing.Chest X-ray revealed an ovoid left lung mass with CT confirming a rounded mass like lesion with smooth borders and a surrounding ground glass infiltrate located in the anterior segment of the left upper lobe. VATS with left thoracic upper lobectomy along with lymphadenectomy was completed. The tumor was composed of sheets and islands of oval to spindle tumor cells.Immunohistochemical stains were strongly positive for cytokeratin AE1/AE3 (suspicious of salivary gland type tumor), CK18 and focally for CK5/6. The tumor also showed strong positivity for vimentin and calponin. Stain for SMA, S-100, TTF1, calretinin, PAX8, p40, p16, CK7 and CD117 were negative. This was consistent with the epithelial-myoepithelial subtype.