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EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”
EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”

KETTERING, United Kingdom – (left to right in red) Miranda Jasper, U.S. Army Maj. Derek Bickler, Richard “Wolfie” Hammerbacker and Jessica Reidy run between obstacles during the “Tough Mudder” 2013 extreme sports challenge at Boughton House in Kettering, Northhamptonshire, May 4. The four-member Team Molesworth joined more than 15,000 participants in a grueling 12-mile, 22-obstacles course designed by elite Special Forces units to test speed, stamina, teamwork and sheer willpower. (Photo by CA Eccles)
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Posted: 5/7/2013

EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”
EUCOM JAC’sters take on “Tough Mudder”

KETTERING, United Kingdom - Miranda Jasper helps Jessica Reidy over a wall during the “Tough Mudder” 2013 extreme sports challenge at Boughton House in Kettering, Northhamptonshire, May 4. Four members of the JAC’s Eurasia Division, Team Molesworth made up of U.S. Army Maj. Derek Bickler and analysts Richard “Wolfie” Hammerbacker, Miranda Jasper and Jessica Reidy, joined more than 15,000 participants in a grueling 12-mile, 22-obstacles course designed by elite Special Forces units to test speed, stamina, teamwork and sheer willpower. (Photo by CA Eccles)
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Posted: 5/7/2013

Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremonyExercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony
Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony

MADINGLEY, United Kingdom – Arthur Brooks, Cambridge American Cemetery cemetery associate, rubs sand from Normandy into the headstones of William Humphrey, who was killed during Exercise Tiger April 27, 1944. Members of the 423rd Air Base Group and its mission partners commemorated the 69th anniversary of the Exercise Tiger tragedy during a ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery, in Madingley, United Kingdom, April 23. In all 749 American Soldiers and Sailors during one of several assault rehearsals in Exercise Tiger conducted at Slapton Sands on the Devon coast of England in preparation for the launch of Operation Overlord. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremonyExercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony
Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony

MADINGLEY, United Kingdom – Members of a joint service color guard from the 423rd Air Base Group and its mission partners present the colors during a ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery, in Madingley, United Kingdom, commemorating the 69th anniversary of the Exercise Tiger tragedy April 23. In all 749 American Soldiers and Sailors died April 27, 1944, during one of several assault rehearsals in Exercise Tiger conducted at Slapton Sands on the Devon coast of England in preparation for the launch of Operation Overlord. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Chrissy Best)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremonyExercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony
Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony

MADINGLEY, United Kingdom – U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Scott Reed, 501st Combat Support Wing Regional Contracting Office NCOIC., salutes after placing a wreath at the base of the Wall of the Missing during a ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery, in Madingley, United Kingdom commemorating the 69th anniversary of the Exercise Tiger tragedy April 23. In all 749 American Soldiers and Sailors died April 27, 1944, during one of several assault rehearsals in exercise Tiger conducted at Slapton Sands on the Devon coast of England in preparation for the launch of Operation Overlord. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremonyExercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony
Exercise Tiger tragedy remembered during Cambridge ceremony

MADINGLEY, United Kingdom – Members of the 423rd Air Base Group and its mission partners stand in formation during a ceremony at Cambridge American Cemetery, in Madingley, United Kingdom, commemorating the 69th anniversary of the Exercise Tiger tragedy April 23. In all 749 American Soldiers and Sailors died April 27, 1944, during one of several assault rehearsals in exercise Tiger conducted at Slapton Sands on the Devon coast of England in preparation for the launch of Operation Overlord. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Stives)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

Sergeant 1st Class Stanford Takes the Oath as he Reenlists in the U.S. ArmySergeant 1st Class Stanford Takes the Oath as he Reenlists in the U.S. Army
Sergeant 1st Class Stanford Takes the Oath as he Reenlists in the U.S. Army

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom - U.S. Army Sgt.1st Class Jason Stanford takes the oath of enlistment from U.S. Army Col. Matthew Glunz, United States European Command Joint Intelligence Operations Center - Europe Analytic Center commander, as he re-enlists in front of a radiology machine at Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge, United Kingdom, Oct. 11. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 10/16/2012

Col Glunz, presents a certificate of appreciation to Dr. JefferiesCol Glunz, presents a certificate of appreciation to Dr. Jefferies
Col Glunz, presents a certificate of appreciation to Dr. Jefferies

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom - U.S. Army Col. Matthew Glunz, United States European Command Joint Intelligence Operations Center - Europe Analytic Center commander, presents a certificate of appreciation to , Dr. Sarah Jefferies, an oncologist at Addenbrookes Hospital, in front of a radiology machine at the hospital in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Jefferies was recognized for her efforts in returning U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Jason Stanford to duty. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 10/16/2012

Sergeant First Class Jason B. Stanford is congratulated on his reenlistmentSergeant First Class Jason B. Stanford is congratulated on his reenlistment
Sergeant First Class Jason B. Stanford is congratulated on his reenlistment

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom - U.S. Army Sgt.1st Class Jason Stanford is congratulated on his re-enlistment by Dr. Sarah Jefferies, his oncologist, in front of a radiology machine at Addenbrookes Hospital Cambridge, United Kingdom, as Col. Matthew P. Glunz, United States European Command Joint Intelligence Operations Center - Europe Analytic Center commander, looks on. Stanford has been under Dr. Jefferies care since early 2011. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 10/16/2012

CFC-O kicks off within 501st CSWCFC-O kicks off within 501st CSW
CFC-O kicks off within 501st CSW

RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom – Col. Brian Kelly, 501st Combat Support Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Scott Berge, 501st CSW command chief, complete their registrations for the 2012 Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas on-line contribution form Sept. 19. CFC-Overseas takes place through Nov. 16. Military personnel and federal employees can donate to more than 2,500 local, national and international charities through the campaign. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. John Barton)
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Posted: 9/19/2012

Lt Col Albert Levin Returns to Base - Group PhotoLt Col Albert Levin Returns to Base - Group Photo
Lt Col Albert Levin Returns to Base - Group Photo

Retired Lt. Col. Albert Levin who served during World War II as a B-17 navigator is welcomed back to his old base at RAF Molesworth after 68 years. In the photo he is joined by (L-R) Petty Officer 3rd. Class Laura Sherman, Sgt. First Class Dallas Corvinus, Chaplain (Capt.) David Reedy, Staff Sgt. Adriana Estrada, Maj. Luis Oakley, Ms. Susan Levin, Lt. Col. Levin, Mr. Paul Levin, Staff Sgt. Kenneth Lurch, Capt. Frank Huffman, Mr. Peter Park, and Mr. Joe Decie,
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Posted: 9/10/2012

Return to base: B-17 Flying Fortress navigator back at Molesworth after 68 yearsReturn to base: B-17 Flying Fortress navigator back at Molesworth after 68 years
Return to base: B-17 Flying Fortress navigator back at Molesworth after 68 years

RAF MILESWORTH, United Kingdom - Navy Capt. Gary Powers, Joint Intelligence Operations Center - Europe Analytic Center deputy commander, presents a certficate to retired Air Force Lt. Col. Albert Levin honoring his return to his Word War II base at RAF Molesworth. Levin was a navigator on a B-17G "Flying Fortress." (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Javier Cruz)
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Posted: 9/7/2012

    

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