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Col. Kirk B. Stabler, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Commander, presents the Bronze Star Medal of Fallen Special Agent Lee Hitchcock to his brother, Mr. Craig Hitchcock, during the OSI headquarters inaugural Celebration of Life Remembrance Ceremony May 22, 2017, at Quantico, Va. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mr. Michael Hastings)   Bronze star presented to family of first OSI fallen hero
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations headquarters presented the Bronze Star Medal to the brother of the first OSI fallen hero, nearly 50 years after he was killed in action. During its first Celebration of Life event May 22, 2017, OSI also remembered the lives and honored the legacies of its 16 fallen heroes throughout the years with families, friends and colleagues of the fallen in attendance to share personal reflections of their departed.
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Afghan Air Force Sgt. Naqeebullah, Kabul Air Wing engine mechanic, peers through an Mi-17 helicopter window in a maintenance hangar at Kabul International Airport, Afghanistan, July 18, 2013. Intermediate maintenance inspection advisors from the 440th Air Expeditionary Advisory Squadron are focusing efforts on building stronger quality control programs across AAF aircraft maintenance. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Master Sgt. Ben Bloker)
Air advising in retrospect
What do you get when you combine Afghan maintainers, American advisors, contractors and Russian helicopters? One of the most rapidly advancing mission sustainment capabilities in Afghanistan."The overall quality of maintenance, training and Afghan motivation has greatly increased," said Master Sgt. William Hensley, a 440th Air Expeditionary
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Tech. Sgt. Christopher Breski reviews "expendable" item inventories at the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing in Southwest Asia, July 22, 2013. Breski is the 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron fleet services NCO in charge deployed from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Benjamin Stratton) Where has the waste gone?
Humans must relieve themselves multiple times throughout the day, but at 20,000 feet in the air in a C-17 Globemaster III where does it all go? Enter the 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron fleet services Airmen here."What we do is important because people need to be able to use the restroom," said Tech. Sgt. Christopher Breski, the 8th EAMS
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(Left) Senior Airman Jared Trimarchi, 628th Air Base Wing Public Affairs photo-journalist, weighed more than 250 pounds when he began his road to fitness, and today Trimarchi (right) has lost 62 pounds and continues to work out, eat healthy and help others reach their goals. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Airman Melissa Goslin / U.S. Air Force graphic Airman 1st Class Tom Brading) The road to fitness: One Airman's drive to get fit, inspire others
A photojournalist assigned to the 628th Air Base Wing public affairs office here has lost more than 60 pounds since he began his fitness journey a little more than a year ago.Senior Airman Jared Trimarchi's road to fitness has been paved with hard work and discipline, all to improve his health. Today, he inspires others to start their own
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Munitions on display demonstrate the full capabilities of the B-52 Stratofortress, a bomber in the Air Force.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Robert Horstman) B-52 CONECT: A reboot for the Digital Age
One thing is certain: it's not your father's B-52.The B-52 Stratofortress has been the Air Force's star long-range strategic heavy bomber and premier standoff weapon for more than 50 years. For generations, the B-52 has successfully executed missions all over the globe. But in the 21st century, the pace of things has accelerated beyond the wildest
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Tech. Sgt. Michael Schuler, 442nd Maintenance Squadron phase dock technician, removes panel F-83 off an A-10 Thunderbolt II at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., June 11, 2013. Removing this panel enables maintenance techs to inspect the A-10 and locate any internal discrepancies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Keenan Berry/Released) Aircraft maintenance: It's just a phase
Equipped a variety of conventional munitions, the A-10 Thunderbolt II is capable of performing complex missions around the globe. Airmen at the 442nd Maintenance Squadron phase crew are tasked to perform detailed inspections to make sure this complex jet remains air ready.These maintainers work around the clock to keep the aircraft's accuracy,
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Maj. Marcus Neuffer, 455th Expeditionary Medical Group ophthalmologist, examines and compares the eyes of a six-year-old Afghan patient in the Joint Craig Theater Hospital Ophthalmologist Clinic on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, July 6, 2013. He recently completed a surgery on her right eye to correct a cataract. The girl had been diagnosed with cataracts in both eyes in May. A cataract is an eye disease in which the clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy and opaque, causing a decrease in vision. The lens is replaced in surgery, without treatment a cataract can result in a complete loss of vision. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade)

Doctor and technician team revive Afghan youth's vision
"Providing children vision gives them a better chance at life in Afghanistan, "said Maj. Marcus Neuffer, an ophthalmologist assigned to the Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Here if children cannot see to perform normal daily tasks, there is a possibility they will be left behind in their village to fend for
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Katie and Travis Alton hold their twins, Jenson and Ally, June 25, 2013. at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The family travelled from Yokota Air Base, Japan, to Okinawa, Japan, to Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii to Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark., to receive better treatment for their premature babies. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Regina Agoha) Premature birth sends family, newborns around the world
Having children for the first time can be one of the most exciting moments in a couple's life. Giving birth to twins in a foreign country, more than three months early, was not the excitement Airman 1st Class Travis Alton and his wife, Katie, said they were expecting. "I was 24 weeks pregnant," Katie said. "When we came home from grocery shopping
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Mohammad Golabi, University of Guam associate professor of soil and environmental sciences, and a research technician turn compost June 19, 2013, at the UOG Research Farm in Yigo, Guam. The professor, technicians and students collected nearly 250 cubic yards of mulch from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, throughout the year for a project that will benefit the local agriculture community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Melissa B.  White/Released) Andersen AFB aids research, helps students turn mulch into master's degrees
Members of the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight have been aiding a team at the University of Guam with a research project this year, strengthening the base's community ties from the ground up with something as simple as mulch.Mohammad Golabi, a UOG associate professor of soil and environmental sciences, first reached out to the
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Tech. Sgt. Thomas Capaldo inserts test tubes into a device that conducts a sulfur analysis on fuels in the 379th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Air Force Petroleum Laboratory in Southwest Asia, June 12, 2013. This test is one of 15 conducted to ensure the quality of fuels used on aircraft throughout the area of responsibility. Capaldo is the 379th ELRS AFPA NCO in charge of fuels deployed from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Bahja J. Jones) Petroleum agency lab supports safe missions
Aircrew members depend on several moving parts to ensure an aircraft is properly maintained and prepped for a safe mission. A part of this preparation is ensuring that the fuel and oxygen within the aircraft are safe and free of contaminates that could negatively affect the mission. Airman at the the 379th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron
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