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An F-16 Viper pilot places black tape over his squadron

An F-16 Viper pilot places black tape over his squadron

An F-16 Viper pilot places black tape over his squadron patch before a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Placing a black lin... More

Team Shaw members stand for a group photo after a memorial

Team Shaw members stand for a group photo after a memorial

Team Shaw members stand for a group photo after a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. A C-17 Globemaster III and an F-16 Viper... More

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard places

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard places

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard places the U.S. and Air Force flags into stands at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10,... More

U.S. Airmen salute during the playing of the national

U.S. Airmen salute during the playing of the national

U.S. Airmen salute during the playing of the national anthem at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a prior enli... More

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard posts the

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard posts the

The 20th Force Support Squadron honor guard posts the colors at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a prior enli... More

A U.S. Air Force crew chief stands next to an F-16

A U.S. Air Force crew chief stands next to an F-16

A U.S. Air Force crew chief stands next to an F-16 Viper during a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. The crew chief revealed ... More

Friends of the late 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter

Friends of the late 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter

Friends of the late 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, bow their heads during an invocation during his memorial at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a prior enlist... More

U.S. Airmen watch a missing man formation at a memorial

U.S. Airmen watch a missing man formation at a memorial

U.S. Airmen watch a missing man formation at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a prior enlisted C-17 Globemast... More

U.S. Air Force Col. Larry Sullivan, 20th Fighter Wing

U.S. Air Force Col. Larry Sullivan, 20th Fighter Wing

U.S. Air Force Col. Larry Sullivan, 20th Fighter Wing commander, speaks at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a... More

An F-16 Viper separates from a four-ship missing man

An F-16 Viper separates from a four-ship missing man

An F-16 Viper separates from a four-ship missing man formation at a memorial for 1st Lt. David Schmitz, 77th Fighter Squadron pilot, at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, July 10, 2020. Schmitz was a prior en... More

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