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US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Joseph J. Hollis (Left), 555th Inspection Element Section CHIEF, Aviano Air Base, Italy, poses with, from L to R, Technical Sergeant Kenneth Engal, STAFF Sergeant Ryan Breitkreutz, SENIOR AIRMAN Dallas M. Kamstra, AIRMAN First Class Robert J. Trask and A1C Lamont L. Guillory, members of the Inspection Element of the 555th Fighter Squadron. The 555th Fighter Squadron was announced as the winner of the Department of Defense "Phoenix Award", a prestigious maintenance competition open to all branches of the services

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Joseph J. Hollis (Left), 555th Inspection Element Section CHIEF, Aviano Air Base, Italy, poses with, from L to R, Technical Sergeant Kenneth Engal, STAFF Sergeant Ryan Breitkreutz, SENIOR AIRMAN Dallas M. Kamstra, AIRMAN First Class Robert J. Trask and A1C Lamont L. Guillory, members of the Inspection Element of the 555th Fighter Squadron. The 555th Fighter Squadron was announced as the winner of the Department of Defense "Phoenix Award", a prestigious maintenance competition open to all branches of the services

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