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Skylar Newton, a military dependant, age 17, sleds

Skylar Newton, a military dependant, age 17, sleds

Skylar Newton, a military dependant, age 17, sleds down a dune at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel Center commander, was Headquarters ARPC’s first female commander located at the former Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado. She served as the 24th ARPC commander fr... More

This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where

This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where

This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where Security Force Assistance Team 1, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, where the SFAT completed an 18 hour partnered convoy from Kandahar City with ... More

U.S. Air Force Medical Group members, 173rd Fighter

U.S. Air Force Medical Group members, 173rd Fighter

U.S. Air Force Medical Group members, 173rd Fighter Wing, stop in a construction zone while traveling to Vigilant Guard from Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls Ore., May 1, 2012. Vigilant Guard is a simulated mass... More

Crewmasters serve as jack-of-all-trades

Crewmasters serve as jack-of-all-trades

Pfc. Anthony D. Black turns on an auxiliary power unit to start an engine on a KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft May 8 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. Black is crewmaster a with Marine Aerial Refueler Transp... More

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names of those who lost their lives as a direct result of the conflict in Vietnam. Approximately 8,000 people visited the wall during the five-day long exhibit i... More

Capt. Brittany Bean

Capt. Brittany Bean

Capt. Brittany Bean, 436th Operations Support Squadron executive officer, poses in front of a C-17 Globemaster III May 8, 2015, at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Bean was in the middle of travelling throughout the... More

U.S. servicemembers rest during their flight to Vietnam

U.S. servicemembers rest during their flight to Vietnam

U.S. servicemembers rest during their flight to Vietnam in effort to locate missing servicemembers from the Vietnam War in Kham Duc, Vietnam, Feb. 26, 2017. DPAA’s mission is to provide the fullest possible acc... More

Nobuhiro Izumida, left, the Misawa City Police Station

Nobuhiro Izumida, left, the Misawa City Police Station

Nobuhiro Izumida, left, the Misawa City Police Station Chief shakes hands with U.S. Air Force Maj. Patrick C. Gordon, right, the 35th Security Forces Squadron commander, after installing the first bilingual sto... More

Kaiya Smith, a military dependent, age 8, sleds down

Kaiya Smith, a military dependent, age 8, sleds down

Kaiya Smith, a military dependent, age 8, sleds down a dune at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

The view from a Security Force Assistance Team 1, 2nd

The view from a Security Force Assistance Team 1, 2nd

The view from a Security Force Assistance Team 1, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, vehicle while driving in Kabul. Over the past seven months SFAT 1 has driven more than 10,000 miles safely witho... More

Harvey C. Mayhill, U.S. Air Force Retiree and traveling

Harvey C. Mayhill, U.S. Air Force Retiree and traveling

Harvey C. Mayhill, U.S. Air Force Retiree and traveling “Wall that Heals” volunteer, helps Michael Singer find the names of service members with whom he served during the conflict in Vietnam. The traveling “Wal... More

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel

Col. Margie Humphrey, former Air Reserve Personnel Center commander, in a recent photo taken during a trip to the Coyote Buttes area of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness in Northern Arizona. Humphrey... More

Kaiya Smith, age 8, gets buried in sand by her brothers

Kaiya Smith, age 8, gets buried in sand by her brothers

Kaiya Smith, age 8, gets buried in sand by her brothers Eyon Smith, age 13, and Skylar Newton, age 17, at the famous White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. All three children are military dependents of Staf... More

Tim Tetz, director of public affairs for the Vietnam

Tim Tetz, director of public affairs for the Vietnam

Tim Tetz, director of public affairs for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, assists people such as John Gladden, veteran of the Vietnam conflict, in finding the names of colleagues on “The Wall That Heals.” Te... More

U.S. Air Force Maj. Patrick C. Gordon, left, the 35th

U.S. Air Force Maj. Patrick C. Gordon, left, the 35th

U.S. Air Force Maj. Patrick C. Gordon, left, the 35th Security Forces Squadron commander, a Misawa City Police officer, center, and Nobuhiro Izumida, right, the Misawa City Police Station Chief, engage in conve... More

Gabby Calvillo holds her daughter Kalina Calvillo as

Gabby Calvillo holds her daughter Kalina Calvillo as

Gabby Calvillo holds her daughter Kalina Calvillo as they sled down a hill at the famous White Sands National Park, N.M., March 13. The Calvillo family was visiting the monument with from their hometown of San ... More

Capt. Cherie R. Bolden, Secretary to the General Staff,

Capt. Cherie R. Bolden, Secretary to the General Staff,

Capt. Cherie R. Bolden, Secretary to the General Staff, 108th Training Command (IET), discusses lessons learned from the Vietnam conflict with members of the Junior Officer Association during a staff ride to th... More

The welcome sign sits in front of the visitor center

The welcome sign sits in front of the visitor center

The welcome sign sits in front of the visitor center at White Sands National Monument, N.M. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the traveling “Wall that Heals”. Approximately 8,000 people visited the memorial in Fort Mill, S.C. from Oct. 15-19. Eleven service members from Fort Mill died fr... More

Skylar Newton, a military dependent, age 17, prepares

Skylar Newton, a military dependent, age 17, prepares

Skylar Newton, a military dependent, age 17, prepares to land after flipping off a dune at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Skylar Newton, age 17, (left) Kaiya Smith, age 8, (middle)

Skylar Newton, age 17, (left) Kaiya Smith, age 8, (middle)

Skylar Newton, age 17, (left) Kaiya Smith, age 8, (middle) and Eyon Smith, age 13, (right) prepare to land after jumping off a sand dune together at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. All three children... More

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names

The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names of more than 58,000 service members who lost their lives as a direct result of the conflict in Vietnam. Approximately 8,000 people visited the memorial fro... More

Steaks grill on one of the many public barbeque pits

Steaks grill on one of the many public barbeque pits

Steaks grill on one of the many public barbeque pits and picnicking areas at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the

Mother and child peer at the names inscribed on the traveling “Wall that Heals”. Approximately 8,000 people visited the memorial from Oct. 15-19. Eleven service members from Fort Mill died from wounds directly ... More

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National Monument, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Capt. William Hayward, 108th Training Command (IET),

Capt. William Hayward, 108th Training Command (IET),

Capt. William Hayward, 108th Training Command (IET), peers at the names inscribed on the traveling “Wall that Heals.” The 108th Junior Officer Association sponsored a staff ride Sunday, Oct. 19, to provide prof... More

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National

A view along the scenic drive at White Sands National Monument, N.M., March 30. (Photo By Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

A volunteer at the traveling “Wall that Heals” provides

A volunteer at the traveling “Wall that Heals” provides

A volunteer at the traveling “Wall that Heals” provides a lesson in history to a young visitor on Sunday, Oct. 19. The traveling “Wall that Heals” is engraved with names of more than 58,000 service members who ... More

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas, stop along a scenic boardwalk at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30, to observe the desert scenery.... More

It is not uncommon to find notes, letters, and pictures

It is not uncommon to find notes, letters, and pictures

It is not uncommon to find notes, letters, and pictures from family and friends of service members who died as a direct result of their wounds during the Vietnam conflict placed at the foundation of the traveli... More

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff

Members of the Smith family, all dependents of Staff Sgt. Jes L. Smith, stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas, stop along a scenic boardwalk at White Sands National Park, N.M., March 30, to observe the desert scenery.... More

Lt. Col. Val Clay, 108th Training Command (IET), speaks

Lt. Col. Val Clay, 108th Training Command (IET), speaks

Lt. Col. Val Clay, 108th Training Command (IET), speaks with Tim Tetz, director of public affairs for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, as Billy Mitchell lays at his feet. “Mitch,” as he is called, is a yello... More

Mother and children peer at the names inscribed on

Mother and children peer at the names inscribed on

Mother and children peer at the names inscribed on the traveling “Wall that Heals.” Approximately 8,000 people visited the memorial in Fort Mill, S.C., from Oct. 15-19. Eleven service members from Fort Mill die... More

Capt. Cherie Bolden, 108th Training Command (IET),

Capt. Cherie Bolden, 108th Training Command (IET),

Capt. Cherie Bolden, 108th Training Command (IET), browses through a book placed at the foundation of the traveling “Wall that Heals.” The 108th Junior Officer Association sponsored a staff ride Sunday, Oct. 19... More

Members of the 108th Training Command (IET) Junior

Members of the 108th Training Command (IET) Junior

Members of the 108th Training Command (IET) Junior Officers Association pose for a photo with Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund director of public Affairs, Tim Tetz, and his hero dog, Mitch. The 108th Training Com... More

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