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Staff Sgt. Jordan Peterson (left) smiles at his twin brother, Senior Airman Jarrod Peterson during a photo shoot at Patrick AFB, Fla.  Both Airmen are stationed at the Air Force Technical Applications Center as web developers for AFTAC’s Cyber Capabilities Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew S. Jurgens) Double take: Brothers’ bond extends far beyond twin upbringing
It is well known that twins share a unique bond that transcends other sibling relationships. It’s common for twins to live, work and recreate within close proximity to each other throughout their lives. But for one pair of Air Force twins, they’ve taken that commonality several steps further.
0 12/08
2017
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Courtney poses
for a photo before the 558th Flying Training Squadron's Undergraduate
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Training Course graduation August 4, 2017, at
Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. Tech. Sgt. Courtney is the
first-ever enlisted female to qualify as an RPA pilot. Name badges were
blurred due to Air Force limits on disclosure of identifying information for
RPA operators. (U.S. Air Force Illustration by Tech. Sgt. Ave I. Young) Air Force graduates first female enlisted pilot
The Air Force’s first female enlisted pilot completed Undergraduate Remotely Piloted Aircraft Training August 4, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas.
0 8/05
2017
U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Holmes, commander, Air Combat Command, presents retired Air Force Lt. Col. Gregory Thornton with the Silver Star medal certificate during a ceremony at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, June 30, 2017. Thornton received the Silver Star for his actions on April 6, 2003 while supporting ‘Advance 33,’ the call sign for a ground forward air controller attached to Task Force 2nd Battalion, 69th Armor, during combat operations in Iraq. The Silver Star is the third-highest combat decoration for gallantry in action that can be awarded to a member of the United States Armed Forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Wesley Farnsworth) Silver Star mission a lesson in teamwork
Retired Lt. Col. Gregory Thornton was presented the Silver Star Medal - the third highest medal for valor in the military - in a private ceremony held at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force June 30, 2017.
0 7/05
2017
First Lt. Nicholas Lundin, 480th Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Wing chief of current operations, stands between his dad Michael Lundin and grandfather Ray Lundin while saying the oath of enlistment administered by Lt. Col. Brian Webster, presiding officer, May 24, 2017 at the World War II memorial in Washington D.C. Underneath the Pacific portion of the World War II monument, 1st Lt. Nicholas Lundin’s new rank was pinned on by his father and grandfather. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Darnell T. Cannady) Celebrating generations of military service
Three generations of Lundins gathered at the National World War II Memorial May 24, 2017, to celebrate the military service of family members, past and present.
0 5/30
2017
Retired Master Sgt Steve Fleming has lost over 140 pounds since starting his weight loss journey in May 2015. Fleming was 320 pounds at left, and 189 pounds at right. (Graphic photo) Health programs help in weight loss success story
Retired Master Sgt. Steve Fleming, 65, did not make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. He did make a commitment to get his health back, and his dedication paid off in many ways.
0 2/15
2017
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