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From the left, US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Max Hernandez, Jr., Captain (CAPT) Susan Neidlinger, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Angie Long, and MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan Langerud, perform the opening number "American, I Still Can Hear Your Song" during a "Tops In Blue" concert at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany

From the left, US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Max Hernandez, Jr., Captain (CAPT) Susan Neidlinger, AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Angie Long, and MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bryan Langerud, perform the opening number "American, I Still Can Hear Your Song" during a "Tops In Blue" concert at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany

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Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Ramstein Air Base

State: Rheinland-Pfalz

Country: Deutschland / Germany (DEU)

Scene Major Command Shown: USAFE

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Cherie Mcneill, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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20/09/2002
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