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Default Air Force Logo Brother’s in life, brother’s in-arms reunite downrange
Saying goodbye to family members before a deployment can be stressful. But rarely does a service member cross paths with a sibling while deployed downrange; this recent uplifting experience was the case for two brothers, both serving in the military on separate paths.
0 11/03
2017
Master Sgts. Scott Hose and Daniel Hose, twin brothers, are both deployed to Iraq in support of Combined Joint Task Force -Operation Inherent Resolve. CJTF-OIR is the global Coalition to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria. CJTF-OIR mission brings twin brothers together during deployment
Throughout the history of the military it has remained common for generations of men and women to follow in their family members’ footsteps and serve their country proudly. It’s also not unheard of for siblings to join together and serve together.
0 8/24
2017
Stride-for-stride Stride-for-stride
Second Lt. William Yau, 742nd Missile Squadron deputy missile combat crew commander, has been admiringly chasing his older brother James since they were young boys growing up in Troy, Michigan.
0 8/07
2017
Default Air Force Logo Bully Brothers
Airman 1st Class Jarret Nave, a 91st Missile Maintenance Squadron electro-mechanical technician, knew where he wished to be stationed when he booked the same job as his older brother. As fate would have it, he ended up with the same job as his brother Senior Airman Todd Nave, a 91st MMXS missile communications team chief.
0 11/25
2016
Lt. Col. Chad Marchesseault, the 92nd Operations Group deputy commander, flew a KC-135 Stratotanker from Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., during an air refueling exercise over Washington April 5, 2016. One of the receivers, a C-17 Globemaster hailing from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., was flown by Chad’s youngest brother, Capt. Lance Marchesseault, the 62nd Operations Support Squadron airlift director. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Sean Campbell) Brothers connect at 22,000 feet
A couple months ago, two KC-135 Stratotankers took flight from Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, to participate in an ordinary air refueling training exercise, but for the Marchesseault brothers, the day was anything but ordinary.
0 6/21
2016
Cpt. Christopher De La Pena, Deputy Director AFCENT Lessons Learned Directorate, and Sgt. Nicholas De La Pena, Broadcast NCO AFCENT Public Affairs, pose together at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar March 18. The brothers deployed together for the second time in 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Travis Terreo) Brothers share multiple deployments
After spending their entire childhood together, some siblings go their separate ways as adults and keep in touch from a safe distance. For the De La Pena brothers, that’s not the case.
0 5/10
2016
U.S. Air Force Airmen 1st Class Colby (left) and Travis Wakefield, 36th Security Forces Squadron entry controllers, stand at the entry to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, July 29, 2015. While they are brothers in arms who serve together, they are also fraternal twins who have worked together since entering the Air Force in October 2013. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexa Ann Henderson/Released) Seeing double: 36th SFS twins defend Andersen together
Airmen 1st Class Colby and Travis Wakefield, fraternal twins, are both 36th Security Forces Squadron entry controllers who serve and defend Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, together.
1 8/02
2015
Marine Corps Capt. Jarrod Allen, a Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 225 F/A-18 Hornet pilot, and Air Force Capt. Jacob Allen, a 35th Fighter Squadron F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot, pose for a photo together during exercise Max Thunder 15-1 at Gwangju Air Base, South Korea, April 17, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Taylor Curry) Brothers in arms fly together
Members of the U.S. military oftentimes have relatives that serve alongside them, and this is the case for the Allen brothers, they were recently reunited at exercise Max Thunder 15-1 in South Korea.
1 5/04
2015
Brothers 1st Lt. Sean Rush, right, and Staff Sgt. Brandon Rush are both assigned to the 388th Fighter Wing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. Sean is a pilot in the 421st Fighter Squadron and Brandon is from the 388th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (Courtesy photo) Brothers in arms
Brothers in arms is a common expression among military members, but rarely do actual siblings directly complement each other's contributions to the mission. At the 388th Fighter Wing on Hill Air Force Base, Utah, 1st Lt. Sean Rush and Staff Sgt. Brandon Rush are doing exactly that.
2 1/12
2015
Senior Airman Juan Antonio, left, is stationed with his brother, Airman 1st Class Antonio Antonio, at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Both brothers made senior airman below-the-zone. Juan is a 633rd Force Support Squadron services apprentice and Antonio is a 439th Supply Chain Operations Squadron A-10 Thunderbolt II mission capable technician.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Natasha Stannard) BTZ brothers bring out each other’s best
Growing up in Athens, Texas, in a single income home didn't leave Juan Antonio and his brother, Antonio Antonio, much to fall back on, but they never dwelled on what they didn't have. They just did the best with what they had, which was each other.
1 11/03
2014
Default Air Force Logo Service, it’s in the family
Playing in the sandbox with his brother was never a difficult task; a fist full of sand down the shirt and a trail across the kitchen floor leaves mom playing referee, but boys will be boys.
0 10/08
2014
Tech. Sgt. Brian Angell, left, and Master Sgt. Kevin Angell, right, stand with their father, Sam Angell, center, May 8, 2014, during International Jump Week at Alzey landing zone, Germany. Sam Angell flew from Florida to Germany, to see his sons jump together for the first time in both of their careers. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Michael Stuart) Brothers jump together for first time
In southwest Germany, half way across the world from where they grew up, two brothers had the opportunity of a lifetime.
0 5/23
2014
Default Air Force Logo Big brother hands over mission to little brother
The Rippy brothers are C-17 Globemaster III hydraulic systems specialists - and both are assigned to the 8th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron in Qatar.
0 3/16
2014
Pararescue Jumper Staff Sgt. Cody Inman, assigned to the 210th Rescue Squadron, Alaska Air  National Guard, left and his brother Special Mission Aviator Staff Sgt. Jacob Inman, assigned to the 212th Rescue Squadron, Alaska Air National Guard, pose for a photograph in front of a HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Nov. 20, 2013. Mom: 'There go my boys to save another life'
Staff Sgts. Cody and Jake Inman are both part of the Alaska Air National Guard’s rescue mission here. Cody is a pararescueman with the 212th Rescue Squadron while his brother is an HH-60 Pave Hawk special mission aviator in the 210th RQS, a new Air Force Specialty Code that combined the former aerial gunner and flight engineer career fields.
1 12/02
2013
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