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Capt. Steven Braddick explores his family’s new camper trailer with his two-year-old Nicholas, 16-year-old Nathan and his wife, Renee on November 7, 2017 in Charleston, S.C. Nathan was selected to receive a gift from the Make-A-Wish Foundation due to his severe illness, MECP2 duplication syndrome. An Airman’s fight for terminally ill son
November, Military Family Month, as designated by the Department of Defense, is a time to thank those who support service members for sacrifices that come with serving our country. For one Joint Base Charleston family, having a terminally ill child has required even more sacrifice, teamwork and dedication.
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2017
The Elliott family poses with their 1985 family portrait that shows retired Lt. Col. Gary, far left, being welcomed back to Moody Air Force Base, Ga., after a deployment, by his wife and kids, June 18, 2017. After being notified of this portrait, the Elliot family searched for the photo for approximately 20 years. Upon receiving orders to Moody in 2015, Maj. Jonathan Elliott, 23d Logistics Readiness Squadron director of operations, continued to search for the snapshot, obtaining it in 2016. (Courtesy photo) A picture worth 1,000 words: 30 years of heritage
Glancing over a 1985 family portrait, a man is awestruck at the image of his younger self. The snapshot of his mother cradling him as his siblings welcomed back their father from a deployment captured a moment that was stronger than words.
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2017
The new Sept. 11 Memorial is shown shortly after the dedication at the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover Air Force Base, Del., Sept. 11, 2013. The memorial incorporating two pieces of steel from World Trade Center tower one, a rock from the United Airlines Flight 93 crash site and a block from the damaged portion of the Pentagon, was unveiled at the ceremony. Dover AFB firefighters unveil 9/11 memorial
The Eagle Firefighters' Association unveiled Delaware's first public 9/11 memorial on the 12th anniversary of the attacks at the Air Mobility Command museum at Dover Air Force Base, Del., on Sept. 11.
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2013
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