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In the Stairwell performs “Some Nights” by FUN for America’s Got Talent at the Dolby Theater on Aug. 15, 2017. This performance earned enough votes to move the group to the Semi Finals. (Courtesy photo by Kevin Polizzotto) AF Academy cadet’s journey on America’s Got Talent
For the 15 members of the singing group, In the Stairwell, a journey that began in fall 2016, culminates at the Dolby Theater on America’s Got Talent Sept. 13, 2017.
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2017
The Air Force Singing Sergeants sing chorus for Carrie Underwood Nov. 11, 2014, during The Concert for Valor in Washington, D.C. The Singing Sergeants are the Air Force’s premier, 23-member active-duty chorale group. (DoD News photo/EJ Hersom) Air Force Singing Sergeants dazzle vets, global audience at Concert for Valor
When producers of the Concert for Valor requested the Air Force Singing Sergeants to croon with Carrie Underwood on stage Nov. 11, the 23-member active-duty chorale group didn’t hesitate to step up and represent Airmen and all veterans.
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2014
Airman 1st Class Charlie Martinez, 100th Force Support Squadron force management apprentice from Orlando, Fla., poses for a photograph with a newspaper clipping of himself Oct. 15, 2014, on RAF Mildenhall, England. The clipping was from Martinez’s time on X Factor United Kingdom, a televised British singing competition. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Kate Maurer) Airman makes a name for himself on X Factor UK
Young Airmen are stationed all over the world and when at their home station are usually given the freedom to be reclusive "dorm dwellers" or indulgent in the local community. One young Airman decided just eating local cuisine or making local friends wasn't enough -- he wanted to be famous. Airman 1st Class Charlie Martinez, a 100th Force Support Squadron force management apprentice, tried out for and made it on the British television singing competition, X Factor United Kingdom.
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2014
Dawn McClure poses during the American Military Spouses Choir's appearance on NBC's hit TV show, "America's Got Talent." McClure is one of 36 military spouses who performed recently at Radio City Music Hall, New York, during the show's quarterfinals and found out Aug. 7 that they'd made the show's semifinals. McClure's husband is Col. Gregory McClure, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center housing director. (Courtesy photo) AF spouse sings her way into America’s hearts
When Dawn McClure found out there were openings in the American Military Spouses Choir, she propped her smartphone on the mantel, recorded an audition piece and submitted it to the Center for American Military Music Opportunities for consideration. McClure, whose husband is the housing director at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center here, was
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2013
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