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U.S. Air Force Gabrielle, center, Joint Intelligence Operations Center, Europe Analytic Center analyst, demonstrates how to properly hold a rifle during honor guard prectice at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, May 28, 2015. The newly-reconstructed RAF Molesworth Joint Honor Guard program consists of weekly practices, which involve learning facing movements, weapons handling and marching. (The last names of personnel have been romoved for security purposes) (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released) Molesworth honor guard rekindles joint patriotism
Editor's note: Due to the sensitivity of the joint intelligence mission, the last names of personnel have been removed in this article.A line of seven U.S. Service members stand together, clad in their respective services' ceremonial uniforms, carrying the Army, Marine, Navy, Air Force and American flags, with two riflemen on each end.Their
0 10/15
2015
With the help of her command, U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Gabrielle, Joint Intelligence Operations Center, Europe Analytic Center division analyst, began a long process in finding either a U.S. military chaplain, or a minister to officiate the marriage ceremony between her and her fiance, Lucy, around the RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom local area. After months of searching, the couple found a Unitarian church in Cambridge, England. (The last names of personnel have been removed for security purposes) (U.S. Air Force illustration by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released) Joint command helps Airman jumpstart same-sex marriage
Editor's note: Due to the sensitivity of the joint intelligence mission, the last names of personnel have been removed in this article.U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Gabrielle knew she wanted to marry Lucy, Anglia Ruskin Peterborough University nursing student, the moment they met.After six months of dating, Gabrielle, Joint Intelligence Operations
0 3/20
2015
ONE: weight off her shoulders (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released) ONE: weight off her shoulders
Editor's Note: This story is part of an ongoing series highlighting the amazing individuals of the 501st Combat Support Wing. Click here for the full version of the story. Her fingers brushed against engraved metal as they closed around the cold, steel cylinder. Tightening her grip, in one fluid motion she hoisted the solid, metallic mass into the
0 2/09
2015
Default Air Force Logo ONE: a defender's story
|  ONE.1  |  ONE.2  |  ONE.3  |  ONE.4  | ONE: a defender's story (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton, animation by Staff Sgt. Joseph Vigil/Released)  The brilliant, blue lights flashed in tandem with one another as the white, Chevrolet Impala
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2014
Default Air Force Logo ONE: first job, second chance
img { opacity: 0.4; filter: alpha(opacity=50); /* For IE8 and earlier */ } img:hover { opacity: 1.0; filter: alpha(opacity=100); /* For IE8 and earlier */ }|  ONE.1  |  ONE.2  | ONE.3 |   With outstretched arms, he stood motionless as the imposing gray
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2014
Members of CrossFit Molesworth pose for a group photo after completing the Coe Hero workout of the day at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, Aug. 14, 2014. The Coe Hero WOD was held to honor U.S. Army Sgt. Keith Adam Coe, who was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., when he died April 27th, 2010 in Khalis, Iraq of wounds sustained from an explosive device set off by enemy forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released) Heroes of Molesworth: CrossFitters honor fallen Soldier
Heavy breathing, pools of sweat and the feeling of pain searing through almost every muscle. Although you're exhausted, you clench your teeth and push through the pain - you keep going. You keep going with the thought that the physical pain is nothing compared to what he might have felt the day he died. Members of CrossFit Molesworth joined
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2014
Default Air Force Logo ONE: hello, first sergeant
|  ONE.1  |  ONE.2  |   He sighed. It wasn't an audible, overemphasized breath, but rather an expression of relief as he stared at the last email he needed to answer before he could go home and see his family. For the briefest of moments, he enjoyed the gentle breeze that floated
0 7/14
2014
ONE: flight of the ultra lord (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released) ONE: flight of the Ultra Lord
A cocksure smile spread across his face, as eyes that had seen thousands of miles while staring down the curvature of the earth seemed to twinkle in the mid-morning sun. Slowly, the “Ultra Lord” leaned back in his chair as a medical technician checked his blood pressure – a necessary precaution. “Basically the plan is we fly north until it turns
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2014
The late 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., third from top left, was a navigator assigned to the 303rd Bombardment Group at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, when his plane was shot down by enemy forces while conducting an aerial mission during World War II May 28, 1944. His family only received notification of him missing in action. Nearly 70 years later, Palmer’s second cousins traveled to England to find out what happened to him and visit his grave site at the World War II American Cemetery and Memorial in Margraten, The Netherlands. (Courtesy photo/Released) Bringing Jackson home: Family finds remains of WWII navigator
"I want someone to remember him." When Nancy Standard gave her 10-year old grandson, Trevor Cook, World War II medals that belonged to her cousin, 2nd Lt. Jackson Palmer Jr., she didn't think he would know what to do with them, or even fully understand their significance.According to Standard's daughter, Debbie Cook, Palmer's B-17 Flying Fortress
0 6/02
2014
ONE is an ongoing series highlighting Service members, civilians, local partners and family members making a profound impact across RAF Alconbury and the United Kingdom. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Jarad A. Denton/Released) ONE: The principal who cares
The discordant symphony of more than a dozen children's voices fell silent as they all gathered around the homemade volcano. With hushed anticipation they watched as a fellow classmate cautiously poured vinegar inside the artificial sierra. In seconds the vinegar reacted with the baking soda inside and produced a
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2014
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