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Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation

Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation

Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation maintenance as part of a six-week course at the South Seattle College Oct. 30. Military aviators transitioning into the civilian workforce participated in a c... More

Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation

Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation

Soldiers conduct practical applications of aviation maintenance as part of a six-week course at the South Seattle College Oct. 30. Military aviators transitioning into the civilian workforce participated in a c... More

Soldiers and an Airman graduated an Aviation Maintenance

Soldiers and an Airman graduated an Aviation Maintenance

Soldiers and an Airman graduated an Aviation Maintenance Technology Dec. 10 at a hangar on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash. Military aviators transitioning into the civilian workforce participated in a course de... More

Col. William A. Ryan III, the 16th Combat Aviation

Col. William A. Ryan III, the 16th Combat Aviation

Col. William A. Ryan III, the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade commander, speaks at a graduation Dec. 10 at a hangar on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., for Soldiers and an Airman who completed an Aviation Maintena... More

Army Sgt. Larry Anderson, a 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

Army Sgt. Larry Anderson, a 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

Army Sgt. Larry Anderson, a 16th Combat Aviation Brigade mechanic, receives his graduation certificate from Peter Lortz, the South Seattle College vice president of instruction, Dec. 10 at a hangar on Joint Bas... More

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