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Sergeant 1ST Class Bruce McKibben fills a prescription in the pharmacy at the 41st Combat Support Hospital during the Ahuas Tara II (Big Pine) operation

Dick McKibben, an RCA drone pilot operator, manipulates the pilot control joystick at the drone aircraft control panel to control a QF-100 Super Sabre drone aircraft. McKibben and copilot Gordy Pollard are piloting the drone from inside the drone radar approach control van during the air-to-air weapons meet WILLIAM TELL '86

Dick McKibben operates a QF-100 drone aircraft from the control panel as Gordy Pollard looks on during exercise William Tell '86

Using a hand held radio, STAFF Sergeant Ken McKibben, USAF, 116th Security Police Squadron, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, reports any suspicious activity on the flight line at his temporary station at Moody Air Force Base, during Operation NOBLE EAGLE. NOBLE EAGLE is a partial mobilization of the reserves for homeland defense and civil support missions in response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 at the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Amanda McKibben, 384th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron (ESFS), fills out the proper paperwork to allow a third country national (TCN) and his escort on base as USAF STAFF Sergeant Laura Palmer watches at the 384th Air Expeditionary Wing (AEW) forward deployed location

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