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RETIREES FRANCES POORMAN - CATHY COHRS CO-OP IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - BRAD BAKER IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB

RETIREES FRANCES POORMAN - CATHY COHRS CO-OP IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - BRAD BAKER IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB

RETIREES FRANCES POORMAN - CATHY COHRS CO-OP IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - BRAD BAKER IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB

RETIREES FRANCES POORMAN - CATHY COHRS CO-OP IN THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - BRAD BAKER IN THE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING BUILDING DEB

TSGT Brad McClain, right, awards five points to a Challenge 79 contestant while MSGT Phil Volz, left, and TSGT Dave McKinney operate the cameras. Challenge 79 is a closed circuit television game show aired at the Strategic Air Command Non-Commissioned Officer Academy

PRO-AM BOWLING TOURNAMENT FIRST PLACE WINNERS JOHN KORNUC AND SON BRAD

Brad Dillon Pearl Harbor, Hawaii....A nighttime view of the bow of the battleship USS Missouri (BB-63) as the ship lies at anchor in the harbor. The Missouri and the ships of its battle group are participating in the multinational exercise RIMPAC '88. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Marine CPT James Brad of Headquarters Company, 31st Marine Amphibious Unit , is highlined from one ship to another (amphibious assault, USS NEW ORLEANS (LPH-11)

Marine CAPT. James Brad of Headquarters Company, 31st Marine Amphibious Unit, is highlined from one ship to another (amphibious assault ship, USS NEW ORLEANS (LPH-11)

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Doug Ellis, 146th Tactical Air Wing flight engineer, right, signals to STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Brad Cardwell during the VOLANT RODEO '84 tactical airdrop competition

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Johnny M. Turner, right, and SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad R. Schmidt, left, 63rd Security Police Squadron, prepare to search mobility judge Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Ronald T. Dehart during 63rd Military Airlift Wing mobility Exercise PURPLE PENNY. The exercise simulates a deployment to South Korea following an attack by North Korean forces. The airmen are wearing chemical/biological warfare gear

AIRMAN 1ST Class Brad Dicken, television equipment specialist, 1928th Communications Group, climbs a solar-powered microwave tower to perform maintenance

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Dirks of the Detachment 7, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, is silhouetted against the setting sun as he pours water on his face to cool off. He is participating in the Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87. In this US Central Command/Joint CHIEF

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Dirks of the Detachment 7, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, is silhouetted against the setting sun as he pours water on his face to cool off. He is participating in the Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87. In this US Central Command/Joint CHIEF

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Dirks, left, and Sergeant (SGT) Bill Lamoureux, both from Detachment 7, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, play a baseball board game in the US Central Command Air Force barracks. They are participating in Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87, the J

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Dirks of the Detachment 7, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, is silhouetted against the setting sun as he pours water on his face to cool off. He is participating in the Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87. In this US Central Command/Joint CHIEF

SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Dirks of the Detachment 7, 1361st Audiovisual Squadron, is silhouetted against the setting sun as he pours water on his face to cool off. He is participating in the Exercise SHADOW HAWK'87. In this US Central Command/Joint CHIEF

Artwork: "General Jimmy Stewart"- Artist: Brad Gildea (ID)

Artwork:"General Barry Goldwater"Artist: Brad Gildea (ID)

An SH-60 Sea Hawk helicopter lowers CAPT. Brad Brishbin, naval liaison officer from Naval Control of Shipping office, onto the deck of the SS GAS PRINCE in preparation for an Earnest Will mission where reflagged Kuwaiti tankers are escorted through the waters of the Gulf by U.S. naval ships

STAFF SGT. Brad Kephart of the 3rd Air Support Operations Center Flight attaches chains to the tail section of a wrecked F-15 Eagle aircraft on Barometer Mountain. A crew of over 40 servicemen is removing unexploded ordnance and other wreckage from the November 1988 crash

STAFF SGT. Brad Kephart of the 3rd Air Support Operations Center Flight attaches chains to the tail section of a wrecked F-15 Eagle aircraft on Barometer Mountain. A crew of over 40 servicemen is removing unexploded ordnance and other wreckage from the November 1988 crash

PETTY Officer 2nd Class Brad E. Starr, left, and PETTY Officer 3rd Class Chris R. Halbach of Reserve Naval Construction Battalion Hospital Unit 22 use a transit as they survey the site of Fleet Hospital Six during Operation Desert Shield

PETTY Officer 2nd Class Brad E. Starr, left, and PETTY Officer 3rd Class Chris R. Halbach of Reserve Naval Construction Battalion Hospital Unit 22 Fleet Hospital Six during Operation Desert Shield

CPT Brad Jensen briefs aircrews from the 71st Air Refueling Squadron and the 596th Bombardment Squadron prior to a joint mission during Proud Shield '92, a Strategic Air Command bombing and navigation competition

LCPL Brad Exmeyer talks on a satellite phone system while GYSGT Brad looks on. Both men are from Alpha Co 1/4, Camp Pendleton, California. The Marines are providing air transportation and security to the JTF Commander at various sites

A1C Brad Babnineaux, 820th Red Horse Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, drafts tent locations into a computer for the U.S. Troop Force Beddown Plan (TFBP). AIRMAN Babnineaux is deployed to Port au Prince, Haiti in support of Operation Uphold Democracy. Exact Date Shot Unknown

Chris Stevens (7), Brad Jensen and Chriss mom, Susan, sit on the side of the pier as the nuclear- powered aircraft carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (CVN-69) departs for a six month deployment to the Mediterranean. Susans husband is OS3 James Stevens. The IKE is deploying with over 350 women as part of the crew; a first for a combatant warship

Sailors of Surface Operations work hard at preparing lines for a ships arrival. They include Navy Reservist SEAMAN Recruit (SR) Brad Stauffenberger, Boatswain's Mate Third Class (BM3) Kevin Walker and SEAMAN Apprentice (SA) Delene Routzen

Security Policeman, MSGT Brad Wilson, 341st Security Police Squadron, restrains an uncooperative "protester" who attempted to run past security personnel and penetrate the deployed 43rd Air Refueling Group's area of operation. The "protester" being restrained with handcuffs on the ground in the snow is portrayed by A1C Matthew Law from the 43rd Logistic Squadron. A1C Law is working with evaluators in a security scenario during the 43rd Air Refueling Group's week-long exercise which includes a short notice deployment and how to operate in a combat environment. The exercise was held in preparation for an upcoming Operational Readiness Inspection

US Navy Diver Hull Technician 2nd Class (DV) Brad Fleming is being prepared for his next dive during search and recovery operations at the TWA Flight 800 crash site, HT2 Fleming is assisted by CHIEF Damage Control Technician (DV) Michael Bossler, left, and AME3 (DV) Dane Doolittle, right. TWA flight 800 crahed in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, New York, on July 17, 1996

US Navy Hull Technician 2nd Class Brad Fleming (left) helps US Navy Lieutenant Christopher Davison (right) fasten the Integrated Diver's Vest (IDV) around US Navy Engineman CHIEF Kevin Oelhafen (center). While all three divers are from different commands; Fleming is attached to the submarine tender USS EMORY S. LAND (AS 39) (not shown) Norfolk, Virginia, Oelhafen is with the Mobile Diving Salvage Unit -Two, Little Creek, Virginia, and Davison is assigned to the salvage rescue ship USS GRASP (ARS 51), they represent the effort of several east coast diving commands assisting in 24-hour diving operations, at the TWA flight 800 crash site. CHIEF Oelhafen had the good fortune of locating one ...

COL. Brad Beasley, the new commander of Fort Buchanan (left), shakes hands with COL. Donald R. Reidel, the outgoing commander. Observing are MAJ. GEN. Patricia R. P. Hickerson, DCSPIM-FORSCOM (second from left), and MAJ. GEN. Emelio Diaz Colon, commander of the Army National Guard of Puerto Rico

COL. Brad M. Beasley, the new commander of Fort Buchanan, receives the colors signifying the change of command from the hands of MAJ. GEN. Patricia R. P. Hickerson, DCSPIM-FORSCOM

U.S. Army linguist, STAFF SGT. Michael Arrowsmith, translates as SENIOR AIRMAN Brad Domingo, a Missile Maintenance Team training instructor with the 341st Logistics Support Squadron, describes to Russian Strategic Rocket Forces Colonels Valeriy Germanovich Proskuryakov (Missile Division CHIEF of STAFF), Oleg Georgiyevich Gromov (Deputy CHIEF, Weapons Directorate), and Aleksandr Yur'yevich Zubkov (Missile Regiment Commander) the security measures involved in preventing unauthorized access to a Minuteman III missile. The group is standing near Launch Facility I-06's opened Primary Access Shaft, which has a ladder to go down to the missile

The Honorable Secretary of Defense William Perry gets a mine awareness briefing from US Army Captain (CPT) Brad Thornton during his Thanksgiving visit with troops at Camp Olden, Bosnia-Herzegovina. USA General (GEN) George Joulwan, Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), is to Secretary Perry right and USA Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Robert Swan, Commander Camp Olden, Bosnia-Herzegovina, is behind CPT Thortnton

MAJ. GEN. Lawson W. Magruder III, commanding general of US Army South (USARSO) (left), receives a briefing from COL. Brad M. Beasley, commander, Fort Buchanan, on area military sites

A1C Brad Hummel of the 314th Security Police Squadron, teaches the Arkansas Governor's wife Mrs. Janet Huckabee, how to fire an M-60 Machine Gun. Mrs. Huckabee is wearing BDU's and a Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System vest (MILES)

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Technical Sergeant Brad Shoulders of the 319th Civil Engineer Squadron/Fire Department supplies Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, with its one-millionth gallon of water. Due to the flooding of the Red River, the base has had a severe shortage of fresh potable water

Engaged in a Launch Facility (LF) recapture exercise, Second Lieutenant Brad Brainard, flight commander of 10th Missile Squadron, Security Police "B" flight, and AIRMAN 1ST Class Ron Strong decide how to move in closer to the captured launch facility without being targeted by the enemy. Behind them, evaluators judge the flight's tactics

Engaged in a Launch Facility recapture exercise, 2nd Lieutenant Brad Brainard radios that he and SENIOR AIRMAN George Mayorhofer are going to proceed with their M-16 rifle and M-60 machine gun into the now quiet launch facility

Brad Holthaus prepares graphic art work for use in installation brochures and briefings

Lance Corporal Brad Bierma talks with a ground crew member from an air traffic control tower as STAFF Sergeant Mark Demetris watches over the temporary flight line of AV-8B Harriers participating in Exercise KERNEL BLITZ '97. KERNEL BLITZ, largely taking place off the coast of Southern California and Camp Pendleton, is designed to enhance the training of Sailors and Marines in the complexities of brigade-size amphibious assault operations

Participants in the 1ST Annual Battle of the Badges fire competition pause for a group photo on a self-propelled passenger stairway. In descending order is SMSGT Darryl Lopes, SMSGT Steven Summer, MAJ Carlon, LT James Bondine, LTC K.C. McClain, unknown, A1C James Johnson, unknown, SRA David Olson, SRA Michelle Graves, unknown, AMN Daniel Bedregal, A1C Brad Hummel, A1C Zaldy Dispo, SRA Robert McKinnly, A1C Scott Tarwater, A1C Summer Barber, A1C Spot (firehouse mascot), McGruff the Crime Fighter Dog (A1C Juan Perez)

Captain Gordon Giessler, Electronic Warfare Officer, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, reviews logs of software updates and maintenance status with Crew CHIEF STAFF Sergeant Brad Rowe, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. This is a part of the daily operations while deployed to Navy Support Facility (NFS) Diego Garcia as part of the Second Air Expeditionary Group in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. SOUTHERN WATCH involves patrolling the no-fly zone in southern Iraq

Crew CHIEF STAFF Sergeant Brad Rowe, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, records maintenance tasks after completing morning operations while deployed to Navy Support Facility (NFS) Diego Garcia as part of the Second Air Expeditionary Group in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. SOUTHERN WATCH involves patrolling the no-fly zone in southern Iraq

SPECIALIST First Class Brad Beauchamp, a jumpmaster from A Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, performs a pivot poised exit on a night jump with oxygen and equipment, at 25,000 feet above Roosevelt Roads Naval Air Station, Puerto Rico

SPECIALIST First Class Brad Beauchamp, a jumpmaster from A Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, looks out the ramp of a C-130 Hercules aircraft for the drop zone during a night, oxygen, eqipment jump at 25,000 feet above Roosevelt Roads Naval Air Station, Puerto Rico

STAFF Sergeant Thomas Mazzone, loadmaster for the 2nd Airlift Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina (left) looks on as SPECIALIST First Class Brad Beauchamp, a jumpmaster for A Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, checks over his equipment during a night time, equipment jump with oxygen at 25,000 feet above Roosevelt Roads Naval Air Station, Puerto Rico

GEN Charles I. Wilhelm, CINC SOUTHCOM, meets with the different commanders during his visit to Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico. From left to right: COL Brad Beasley, Commander of Fort Buchanan, MGEN Emilio Diaz, The Adjutant General (TAG), Puerto Rico Army National Guard (PRARNG), GEN Charles I. Wilhelm, MGEN Jorge Arzola, the DCRD in charge of MOB & Army Reserve Affairs and BGEN Paul Lima, the 65th Army Reserve Command (ARCOM) Commanding General

Major General (MGEN) Nasser Al Juhail, Commander Al Jaber Air Base and Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Brad Wayland, Commander 4406th Security Forces Squadron (SFS)(Provisional) tour the new joint cooperative Kuwaiti-American Police Station at Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait, during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH 1998

Brad Dowling, an electronics engineer for Navtec, Inc. demonstrates the Owl MKII Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) as he "drives" it remotely in excess of 30 knots through the waters of Mile Hammock Bay, New River via this portable electronic remote-control station on the shoreline. The Owl MKII is funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to highlight it's marine reconnaissance capabilities to the participants at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, during the Riverine Insertion Operation Exercise (RIOEX) '98

The Navtec, Incorporated Owl MKII Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) travels in excess of 30 knots through the waters of Mile Hammock Bay, New River, during a demonstration to highlight it's marine reconnaissance capabilities to the Riverine Insertion Operation Exercise (RIOEX) '98 participants. The Owl MKII is funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and is remote-controlled from a small shoreline control station by Brad Dowling, a Navtec, Inc. electronics engineer at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, during the Riverine Insertion Operation Exercise (RIOEX) '98

The Navtec, Incorporated Owl MKII Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) glides stealthly through the waters of Mile Hammock Bay, New River during a demonstration to highlight it's marine reconnaissance capabilities to the Riverine Insertion Operation Exercise (RIOEX) '98 participants. The Owl MKII is funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and is remote-controlled from a small shoreline control station by Brad Dowling, a Navtec, Inc. electronics engineer, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, during the Riverine Insertion Operation Exercise (RIOEX) '98

USMC MAJ Brad James (left) and MAJ Ted Wenry (right) of the Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 (VMGR-234), NAS Forth Worth, Texas, prepare to land their KC-130 during exercise RIMPAC 98

SENIOR AIRMAN Aaron B. Angel from Detachment 1, US Air Forces in Europe, Air Postal Service, Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany, and MASTER Sergeant Brad M. Moore from the 100th Transportation Squadron, 100th Air Refueling Wing, RAF Mildenhall, England take aim to zero their 5.56mm Colt M16A2 rifle. Every member deploying to Bosnia-Herzegovina get 10 rounds each to zero their weapon

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Brad Davis, 48th Communications Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF) Lakenheath, United Kingdom, sets-up an International Maritime Satellite (Inmarsat) at Cervia Air Base (AB), Italy. TSGT Davis is on a temporary duty assignment to Cervia AB for Cobalt Flash in support of Operation JOINT FORGE the Stabilization Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Major Brad Sherlock, aircraft commander of a C-141B Starlifter from the 8th Airlift Squadron, McChord AFB, Washington, is happy to finally be landing on the ice at McMurdo Sound Base, Antarctica. Major Sherlock and his crew have been turned around three times and cancelled before takeoff three times due to poor weather conditions on the ice at Antarctica during Operation DEEP FREEZE '98. Deep Freeze is the transportation of cargo and personnel from the National Science Foundation to McMurdo Sound Base, Antarctica from Christchurch, New Zealand

STAFF Sergeant Lou Burgess (left), Technical Sergeant Brad Davis, (center), network operations, and SENIOR AIRMAN Gary Hammond, Base Intrusion Security Systems, 48th Communications Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, set-up an International Maritime Satellite (Inmarsat) to provide world wide communications for the 48th Expeditionary Operations Group (EOG). The 48th EOG is deployed to Cervia Air Base, Italy for Cobalt Flash in support of Operation JOINT FORGE the Stabilization Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Technical Sergeant Brad Gibson and CHIEF MASTER Sergeant Jerry Foster are among the Non-Commisioned Officers (NCO) Academy Graduates that are assembling food boxes for donation to members of the local community. The McEntire Air National Guard (ANG) Station NCO Academy Graduates Chapter sponsors the yearly event. The food is donated by ANG members and others to support the local community members that will benefit

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Brad Rowe and US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Douglass Pyles, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force base, Louisiana, disconnect a TTU205 thrust simulator on a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft following engine runs. The 96th Bomb Squadron and support personnel from the 2nd Bomb Wing, Barksdale Air Force base, Louisiana, are deployed to Naval Station Diego Garcia in support of Operation DESERT THUNDER 2

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Brad Rowe, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, checks and tops off the engine oil in a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft after engine runs. The 96th Bomb Squadron and support personnel from the 2nd Bomb Wing, Barksdale Air Force base, Louisiana, are deployed to Naval Station Diego Garcia in support of Operation DESERT THUNDER 2

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Brad Rowe, 96th Bomb Squadron, Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, disconnects a thrust simulator on a B-52H Stratofortress aircraft after engine runs. The 96th Bomb Squadron and support personnel from the 2nd Bomb Wing, barksdale Air Force base, Louisiana, are deployed to Naval Station Diego Garcia in support of Operation DESERT THUNDER 2

US Navy Gas Turbine Systems Technicians First Class Arnold, 3rd Class Yang, 3rd Class Adam Duranceau, 2nd Class Brad Marham and Fireman Johnson take a quick lunch break atop the 02 level aboard USS REUBEN JAMES (FFG 57) prior to re-fueling operations during participation in Exercise TEAMWORK SOUTH '99 off the coast of Antofagasta, Chile

SSGT Brad Davis 3rd Battalion, 1ST Marines, Javelin section leader instructs COL T. R. Larsen (BGEN Select), 1ST Marine Division Assistant Division Commanding General, on the Javelin Command Launch Unit (CLU). SSGT Davis' section was the first team to fire the Javelin Tactical Round at range 407 Camp Pendleton, California

US Navy Hospital Corpsman Brad Childres and US Navy Aviation Electronics Technician Third Class J.J. Stat demonstrate the proper removal of contaminated clothing in a Casualty Control Station during a general quarters drill aboard USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75). Truman and its battle group are participating in Exercise UNIFIED SPIRIT, a NATO led United Nations training exercise simulating peace keeping operations off the Atlantic coast

United States Marine Corps Sergeant (SGT) Brad Kussatz with 9th Engineer Support Battalion (ESB) out of Okinawa, Japan operates a 600 gallons per minute Delta fuel pump, during FOAL EAGLE 2000

A close up view of US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Brad Hummel from the Air Education and Training Command, as he mentally prepares before competing in the combat weapons competition at Camp Bullis, Texas, during Exercise DEFENDER CHALLENGE 2000. SSGT Hummel is armed with the 5.56mm M16A2 assault rifle with a M203 grenade launcher attached

Aviation Technician Second Class Brad Foy assigned to Fighter Attack Squadron Thirty Seven (VFA-37) "Bulls" maintains oil levels in an FA-18 Hornet prior to launch from the four and one half acre flight deck of USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). TRUMAN is on a scheduled six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf

STAFF Sergeant Brad Wilson of the 27th Civil Engineers Squadron checks the fire hoses for possible damage due to extremely frigid temperatures

US Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic (Hydraulics) Third Class Brad Foy inspects the tail hook of an F/A-18 Hornet aircraft from Strike Fighter Squadron Thirty-Seven (VFA-37) prior to launch from the flight deck of USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75). Truman is on station in the Persian Gulf in support of Operation SOUTHERN WATCH

US Air Force Major Brad Bredenkamp and US Air Force Captain Dan Mattman, 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron, E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS) aircraft flight deck team from Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, are preparing to enter the Operation NORTHERN WATCH restricted operating zone during Air Expeditionary Force 3

US Air Force Major Brad Bredenkamp and US Air Force Captain Dan Mattman, 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS) aircraft flight deck team from Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, prepare to land at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, during Operation NORTHERN WATCH

US Air Force Captain Brad Seger, US Air Force Captain Bob Battema and US Air Force Captain Jeff Simons, members of 36th Fighter Squadron, go over their pre-flight plans during the Operational Readiness Inspection at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea

US Air Force Captain Brad Seger, 36th Fighter Squadron, locks and loads his 9mm handgun after receiving it from US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Robert Arhett, 36th Fighter Squadron, during the Operational Readiness Inspection at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Brad Gudgel, Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of squadron operations center, 353rd Combat Training Squadron, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, coordinates with Cope Thunder pilots during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001

US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Brad Davis, (center) Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Team CHIEF, greets Russian Colonel Aleksandr Migunov, (left) Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Team CHIEF, during their arrival at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom

Navy Journalist 3rd Class (JO3) Jack Rous videotapes United States Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Starkey and STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Albert Hopkins during the water-rescue portion of the "6th Annual Emergency Medical Technicians Rodeo" held at Misawa Air Base, Japan

Captain (CAPT) Brad Cook, USAF, a KC-135R Stratotanker co-pilot, makes instrument adjustments during an aerial refueling mission over the Adriatic Sea. CAPT Cook deployed with about 20 other aircrew members and maintenance personnel from McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, to the 16th Expeditionary Operations Group, a small US detachment located at Istres French air base. The McConnell active duty personnel join the primarily Air National Guard flying and maintenance operations here. The group flies aerial refueling missions in support of NATO Operation JOINT FORGE, refueling US and NATO aircraft, patrolling the Balkan region

MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Blair Sorvari, (left), USAF, Lieutenant Colonel (LCOL) Richard Moen, USAF, and Major (MAJ) Brad Fischer, USAF, discuss options at the 133rd Airlift Wing (AW) State Active Duty Operations Cell (SACOD). The SADOC coordinates personnel and transportation issues for the members of the 133rd AW called to State Active duty during the Minnesota State Employees strike. 133rd AW members are supporting Veterans homes at three locations

A US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Brad Turner, 78th Fighter Squadron, sits in the cockpit of his F-16CJ Fighting Falcon aircraft during Operational Readiness Inspection Sea Lion 02-01 at Shaw AFB, South Carolina (SC)

A US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Brad Turner, 78th Fighter Squadron, makes adjustments in the cockpit of his F-16CJ Fighting Falcon aircraft during Operational Readiness Inspection Sea Lion 02-01 at Shaw AFB, South Carolina (SC)

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Steve Zettlemoyer, SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Rothenbach, and MASTER Sergeant Kelly Edmonson, electronics technicians with the Virginia Air National Guard's 192nd Fighter Wing, rebuild a test stations operating disk for the Modular Low Power Radio Frequency (MLPRF). Rebuilding the operating disk for the MLPRF is part of upgrade training for SRA Rothenbach and SSGT Zettlemoyer. The 192nd FW is located just outside of Richmond at Byrd Field in Sandston, Virginia

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Steve Zettlemoyer, USAF, (left), SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Brad Rothenbach, USAF, (rear), and MASTER Sergeant Kelly Edmonson, USAF, (right), electronics technicians with the Virginia Air National Guard's 192nd Fighter Wing, rebuild a test stations operating disk for the Modular Low Power Radio Frequency (MLPRF). Rebuilding the operating disk for the MLPRF is part of upgrade training for SRA Rothenbach and SSGT. Zettlemoyer. The 192nd FW is located just outside of Richmond at Byrd Field in Sandston, Virginia

SENIOR AIRMAN Brad Rothenbach, an avionics specialist from the Virginia Air National Guard's 192nd Fighter Wing (FW), consults the Technical Order (TO) on the operational testing of the Modular Low Power Radio Frequency (MLPRF). The 192nd FW is located just outside of Richmond at Byrd Field in Sandston, Virginia

The cast from the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11" stand on stage at Incirlik High School during a question and answer session. Left-to-right are Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia, Julia Roberts and Director, Steven Soderbergh. Members of the cast and crew visited with deployed military personnel at Incirlik AB, Turkey, during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Actors Brad Pitt (left) and George Clooney from the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11", autograph packages for US Air Force (USAF) personnel at Incirlik AB, Turkey as member of the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11" crew visited with deployed military personnel during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Actor Brad Pitt signs autographs at Incirlik AB, Turkey as member of the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11" crew visited with deployed military personnel during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Members from the cast of the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11" actors Brad Pitt (left), Matt Damon, and George Clooney, enjoy a morning laugh at Incirlik AB, Turkey, while visiting with deployed military personnel during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Actor Brad Pitt site in the cockpit of a Royal Air Force (RAF) GR3A Jaguar aircraft as RAF Flight Lieutenant, Rich Wells looks on, at Incirlik AB, Turkey. Brad Pitt and member of the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11" crew visited with deployed military personnel during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Actors Brad Pitt (left) and George Clooney from the Warner Brother's movie "Ocean's 11", walk down the red carpet and greet personnel at Incirlik AB, Turkey as member of the hit movie visited with deployed military personnel during Operation NOTHERN WATCH

Lieutenant Colonels (COL) Paul Balmaseda and Brad Cole check the quality of rugs at a local vendor bazaar near an air base, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Brad, USAF, 305th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), McGuire AFB, New Jersey, is greeted by his family after returning from a deployed location. The CES deployed 60 personnel days after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Brad, USAF, 305th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), McGuire AFB, New Jersey, gives his daughter a doll that he brought back from a deployed location. The CES deployed 60 personnel days after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001

Department of the Army civilian Brad Holthaus, Department of Training, Mobilization and Security, poses for a picture, trimming a laminated poster, for nomination to the Army Individual Disability program

Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Brad Anderson, USAF, Life Support (LS) Technician, Wisconsin Air National Guard (WIANG), 128th Air Refueling Wing (ARW), prepares to load LS equipment onboard a KC-135R Stratotanker prior to an up coming mission in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

PETTY Officer First Class (PO1) Brad Clark from Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, aboard a United States Coast Guard (USCG) patrol boat during the Charleston Harbor's largest anti-terrorism exercise, Harbor Shield 2002

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Jasen Rodriguez (left) armed with a 5.56mm M16A1 rifle with a 40mm M203 grenade launcher, listens to the instruction of his team chief, USAF First Lieutenant (1LT) Tim McCarty (center) as STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) David Ball (background), and A1C Brad Terry, look on. They are member of the 45th Space Wing (SW) Security Forces Squadron (SFS), preparing to participate the marksmanship competition at Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB) California (CA), during Exercise GUARDIAN CHALLENGE 2002. Guardian Challenge, a four-day space and missile competition, is hosted annually at Vandenberg AFB, CA to test the wartime readiness of Air Force Space Command...

US Air Force (USAF) Security Police (SP) assigned to the 45th Space Wing (SW) Security Forces team pose for a photograph prior to the Obstacle Course competition at Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB) California (CA), during Exercise GUARDIAN CHALLENGE 2002. Pictured left-to-right are USAF AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Jasen Rodriguez, USAF STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) David Ball, USAF First Lieutenant (1LT) Tim McCarty, USAF A1C Brad Terry

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