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Family Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in KoreaFamily Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in Korea
Family Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in Korea

Both Brig. Gen. William O. Welch and his son, Ben, had dreams of becoming Air Force pilots, However, both had to forego those dreams to pursue other military career choices due to circumstances beyond their control.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Family Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in KoreaFamily Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in Korea
Family Reunion: Father, son team up to tackle exercise in Korea

Exercise Key Resolve 2013 gave Brig. Gen. William O. Welch (center) and his son, 2nd Lt. Benjamin Welch (right) the chance to work together professionally for the first time. Ironically, the exercise was also the last time the two would work together, as General Welch retired from the Air Force Reserve June 7. Maj. Andres I. Lopez (left) served as Lieutenant Welch’s boss during the exercise.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Be a Good Wingman: Know the signals that someone might be contemplating suicideBe a Good Wingman: Know the signals that someone might be contemplating suicide
Be a Good Wingman: Know the signals that someone might be contemplating suicide

Research suggests that the best way to prevent suicide is to know the risk factors, be alert to the signs of depression and other mental disorders, recognize the warning signs, and intervene before the person can complete the process of self-destruction.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

It's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service membersIt's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service members
It's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service members

Justice, the dress and restoration section chief for the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Office and an Air Force Reservist, believes she found her calling preparing fallen service members to be delivered to their families. (Senior Airman Andrew Lee)
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It's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service membersIt's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service members
It's Not a Job, It's Her Calling: Reservist cares for, honors fallen service members

Along with dressing remains, Mable Justice also molds features and applies makeup to remains that are unrecognizable when they come through the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Office at Dover Air Force Base, Del. (Senior Airman Andrew Lee)
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Posted: 7/23/2013

New Memories: Reservist returns to academy to command her former cadet squadronNew Memories: Reservist returns to academy to command her former cadet squadron
New Memories: Reservist returns to academy to command her former cadet squadron

Maj. Deanna Franks is the first Reserve Air Officer Commanding of a cadet squadron at the Air Force Academy. She is the AOC for the same squadron she was assigned to as a cadet.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way upReaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up
Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up

Gibson said the climb took a toll on his body. More than a month after returning, he was still suffering from the effects of exhaustion, near frostbite and high altitude pulmonary edema.
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Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way upReaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up
Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up

Gibson reached a height of 28,200 feet before having to turn back. “I made the decision before setting out that I wasn’t going to lose fingers or toes on the mountain. Toes and fingers represent my livelihood and my ability to help others,” he said.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way upReaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up
Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up

Five members of the first all-military team to summit the tallest peak on each of the seven continents show their American and Air Force pride at the top of Mount Everest May 19. Unfortunately, Gibson had to turn around 829 feet short of the summit after contracting a life-threatening buildup of fluid in the lungs and being in danger of getting frostbite.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way upReaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up
Reaching for the Sky: Reserve pararescueman goes to top of the world for vets, saves lives on the way up

Staff Sgt. Nick Gibson, a pararescueman assigned to the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., was the go-to medic during the recent USAF 7 Summits Challenge team’s quest to climb Mount Everest.
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Posted: 7/23/2013

Maintainers use simple solution to save money, wear and tear on C-130sMaintainers use simple solution to save money, wear and tear on C-130s
Maintainers use simple solution to save money, wear and tear on C-130s

Senior Airman Joseph Jennings, an aircraft structural apprentice, demonstrates how industrial tape is used to protect the C-130 Hercules’ forward landing gear struts. The 302nd Maintenance Group uses the tape to extend the life of the struts. (Master Sgt. Daniel Butterfield)
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Posted: 7/23/2013

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A 23rd Special Tactics Training Squadron student guards the perimeter in a counter-insurgency exercise on the range at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The exercise provided critical training in counter-insurgency tactics, land navigation and mission planning to potential Air Force combat controllers. (Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)
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Posted: 7/23/2013

    

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