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Airman 1st Class Guor Maker Former slave, two-time Olympian becomes an Airman
After enduring countless hardships and overcoming unimaginable obstacles, Airman 1st Class Guor Maker, a dental assistant currently in technical training, found his way out of war-torn South Sudan, Africa and into the U.S. nearly 20 years ago.
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2018
Staff Sgt. Madut Bul was labeled a 'Lost Boy of Sudan' by the United Nations as a teenager. A Sudan native, Bul trekked more than 1,000 miles on foot along with roughly 30,000 other children in the early 1990s to escape the destruction and mayhem of civil war. Despite the horrors he witnessed, Bul joined the U.S. Air Force approximately eight years ago, and now shares his story to be an inspiration and testament to resilience. Bul is a 33rd Helicopter Maintenance Unit supply specialist. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Maeson L. Elleman) Sudan 'Lost Boy' serves as Kadena NCO
"At the age of 10, I have seen death; I have buried other kids -- at the age of 10," he said, a sadness moving into his eyes. "But at the same time, I've rebounded. If I have to stay in that hole and think of those horrible situations I've been in, then I would not be here today." Labeled a "Lost Boy of Sudan" by the United Nations, along with more than 30,000 others who were children in Sudan in the mid-1980s, Staff Sgt. Madut Bul a 33rd Helicopter Maintenance Unit supply specialist -- had experienced what most can't imagine.
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