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Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron

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Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron

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Air Force 1st Lt. Joey Brewer, 16th Airlift Squadron pilot from Joint Base Charleston and his wife, Tori Brewer, pose with children during a two-week trip to Cambodia, March 1 – 15, 2013, in support of Vets with a Mission, a not-for-profit agency that conducts humanitarian missions in Vietnam and Cambodia. (Courtesy photo)

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2000 - 2020
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