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'Today's Air Force' features a look around the service

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In this edition of "Today's Air Force," U.S. and Italian forces team up in a realistic hostage exercise at Aviano Air Base, Italy. And, you'll meet one dirt bike rider who is sharing his passion of both the sport and safety. Plus, Yokota Airmen learn to defend themselves and others in hand-to-hand combat. You'll see those stories and much more this week on Today's Air Force.

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This week's line-up includes:

Segment A
     Kabul Stadium
     Hostage Rescue Exercise
     Battlefield Airmen
     Dirt Bike Safety

Segment B
     Flytipping in UK
     Okinawa Recycling
     Incirlik Weather Flight
     Care for Caregivers
     This Week in Photos

Segment C
     Special Shoppers Help Wounded Warriors
     Yokota Combatives Training
     MAC Golf Tournament
     Leeds Castle