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These two screens show the vieo teleconference that occurre uring the eication of the COL. Earl B. Young Conference Room insie the new U.S. Air Force Eighteenth Air Force Heaquarters builing at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., on Oct. 4, 2004. The right screen shows U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. William Welser, III (right, giving the thumbs-up), Commaner Eighteenth Air Force, an MAJ. GEN. Paul W. Essex, Director of Plans an Programs, Heaquarters Air Mobility Comman, at Scott AFB. The left screen shows U.S. Air Force (ret.) COL. Earl B. Young (waving) while seate insie a conference room at Hill AFB, Utah. COL. Young was the first Eighteenth Air Force Commaner an was able to view the...

These two screens show the vieo teleconference that occurre uring the eication of the COL. Earl B. Young Conference Room insie the new U.S. Air Force Eighteenth Air Force Heaquarters builing at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., on Oct. 4, 2004. The right screen shows U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. William Welser, III (right, giving the thumbs-up), Commaner Eighteenth Air Force, an MAJ. GEN. Paul W. Essex, Director of Plans an Programs, Heaquarters Air Mobility Comman, at Scott AFB. The left screen shows U.S. Air Force (ret.) COL. Earl B. Young (waving) while seate insie a conference room at Hill AFB, Utah. COL. Young was the first Eighteenth Air Force Commaner an was able to view the...

 
 
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[Complete] Scene Caption: These two screens show the video teleconference that occurred during the dedication of the COL. Earl B. Young Conference Room inside the new U.S. Air Force Eighteenth Air Force Headquarters building at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., on Oct. 4, 2004. The right screen shows U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. William Welser, III (right, giving the thumbs-up), Commander Eighteenth Air Force, and MAJ. GEN. Paul W. Essex, Director of Plans and Programs, Headquarters Air Mobility Command, at Scott AFB. The left screen shows U.S. Air Force (ret.) COL. Earl B. Young (waving) while seated inside a conference room at Hill AFB, Utah. COL. Young was the first Eighteenth Air Force Commander and was able to view the dedication ceremony via video teleconference from Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (U.S. Air Force photo by STAFF. SGT. James Harper) (Released)

Base: Scott Air Force Base

State: Illinois (IL)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT James Harper, USAF

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

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04/10/2004
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