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Default Air Force Logo Application deadlines approaching for Air Force youth camps
The summer adventure season is about to start, and there’s still time for Air Force youth to apply for more than 20 camps available at locations across the United States.
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Fireworks erupt as the flags of 15 nations are displayed during the opening ceremony for Invictus Games 2016 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla., May 8, 2016. The 2016 Invictus Games officially kicked off with the ceremony and wounded warriors will compete over the next five days in multiple adaptive sports events. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace) Let the healing begin: Invictus Games kick off
The thudding noise of helicopter blades cut through the air, bright-colored lights sliced through smoke and fans cheered to honor the more than 500 military competitors from 15 nations who gathered at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida, on May 8 to compete in Invictus Games 2016.
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Capt. Caitlin Harris, an Individual Mobilization Augmentee and member of the Air Force International Shooting team, took first in her division at the 2015 Shooting National Championship, earning a pre-qualification to the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials. Reservist prequalifies for 2016 Olympic Trials
Standing at the 10-meter firing line, Capt. Caitlin Harris slowly raises her precision air pistol. She takes careful aim as she steadies her breathing; a slow, steady in and out. She knows that the moment to pull the trigger will surprise her. A sharp crack pierces the calm. The Air Force Reserve Individual Mobilization Augmentee and member of the
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Lt. Col. Timothy Taylor (far left), an Individual Mobilization Augmentee assigned to Pacific Command, with the Air Force Ace's Division Rugby 7s team at the Las Vegas Invitational Tournament. Reservist joins Air Force Rugby coaching staff
Lt. Col. Timothy Taylor, a Headquarters RIO Detachment 2 Individual Mobilization Augmentee, played Rugby for the Air Force when the sport was relatively new to the service in the early 2000s. Now he's helping to train up the next generation of Air Force Rugby athletes.   Taylor’s history of playing Rugby with the Air Force dates back to 2001, when
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