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(From left to right) Airman 1st Class Kevin Shrader,

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(From left to right) Airman 1st Class Kevin Shrader, Airman Carol Russell, and Airman 1st Class Richie Thammavonsa, noted as stand-out Airmen leaders, Teal Ropes,and Peer-to-Peer participants pose for a group photo at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Every other Saturday these Airmen attend Peer-to-Peer to better develop themselves and those around them. “We come to learn ways to positively influence people,” said Russell, an F-15 avionics student and mother of two. “Then we go out and practice it among our peers, and they pick up on it. Then they practice it among their peers. As a whole, when we go to our different assignments, we get to continue this wherever we go.” (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Brittany Curry)

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28/01/2017
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