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Posted: 4/4/2014

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U.S. Air Force civil engineers Capt. Hans Winkler of the 633rd Civil Engineer Squadron, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., and 1st Lt. Jasamine Pettie of the 60th Civil Engineer Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., talk to children in the Laghman province, Afghanistan April 19, 2012. The engineers are deployed to the Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, tasked to help increase local government infrastructure in the Laghman Province. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. DeNoris A. Mickle)
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Posted: 5/1/2012

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Afghan National Army prepare for a joint mission with U.S. Airmen and Soldiers in the Laghman Province, Afghanistan April 19, 2012. The Afghan soldiers will aid the Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, who is tasked to help increase local government infrastructure in the Laghman Province. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. DeNoris A. Mickle)
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Posted: 5/1/2012

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U.S. Army 1st Lt. Jeremy Aucoin of Warwick, R.I., from 1st Platoon, 143rd Infantry Battalion (Airborne), Rhode Island National Guard, prepare for a joint mission with Afghan National Army soldiers in the Laghman Province, Afghanistan April 19, 2012. Aucoin is deployed to the Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, tasked to help increase local government infrastructure in the Laghman Province. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. DeNoris A. Mickle)
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Posted: 5/1/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, flies the last combat mission of his career in a HC-130P King, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, talks with his crew on the last combat mission of his career, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, shares a laugh with his crew on the last combat mission of his career, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, shares a laugh with his crew on the last combat mission of his career, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, jokes around with his crew on the last combat mission of his career, Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Mark Hanna, a flight engineer with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, and Lt. Col. James Routt with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, perform pre-flight checks on their HC-130P King, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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A group of Afghan local nationals wait to be transported to a larger medical facility on a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, while members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron ensure they remain in stable condition, Foward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st ERQS to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation from austere and hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Mark Hanna, a flight engineer with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, performs pre-flight checks on his HC-130P King, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 12, 2012. The mission of the 71st ERQS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st ERQS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg C. Biondo)
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Posted: 4/23/2012

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Members of the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron drive to their aircraft to respond to a category alpha aeromedical evacuation mission, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The mission of the 71st EQRS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Capt. Frank Brisemdine, a critical care air transportation team nurse with the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, sits in an ambulance on his way to pick up a patient, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron load an Afghan local national burn patient onto a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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An Afghan local national burn patient waits to be transported to a larger medical facility on a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, while members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron ensure he remains in stable condition, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Capt. Melissa Seacat, a flight nurse with the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, ensures an Afghan local national burn patient remains in stable condition, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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An Afghan local national burn patient waits to be transported to a larger medical facility on a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, while members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron ensure he remains in stable condition, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Capt. Melissa Seacat, a flight nurse with the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, ensures an Afghan local national burn patient remains in stable condition, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Richard Oliver II, a loadmaster with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, backs up an ambulance to the ramp of the HC-130P King, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The mission of the 71st EQRS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets from hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron load an Afghan local national patient in critical but stable condition onto a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron load an Afghan local national patient in critical but stable condition onto a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron load an Afghan local national patient in critical but stable condition onto a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Capt. Frank Brisemdine, a Critical Care Air Transportation Team nurse with the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, preps an Afghan local national in critical but stable condition for transport, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron prep an Afghan local national patient in critical but stable condition for transport on a HC-130P King from the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Kevin Preston, an Aeromedical Evacuation Technician with the 651st Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, checks on an Afghan local national in critical, but stable condition for transport, Forward Operating Base Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The 651st EAES works hand-in-hand with the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron to provide quick response aeromedical evacuation to austere and hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt an HC-130P King pilot with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, waits to taxi after transporting two injured Afghan local nationals to Khandahar Airfield, Afghanistan for treatment, April 9, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active duty pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting for the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st EQRS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets to hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Members of the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron get ready to respond to a category alpha aeromedical evacuation mission, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. The mission of the 71st EQRS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets to hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James Routt, a HC-130P King pilot with the 550th Special Operations Squadron, pre-flights his aircraft, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 9, 2012. Routt is currently the oldest active pilot in the Air Force and is augmenting the 71st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron. The mission of the 71st EQRS is to provide personnel recovery, casualty evacuation and aeromedical evacuation assets to hostile locations. The 71st EQRS is the only fixed wing aircraft squadron dedicated to medical evacuation missions in Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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Forward Operating Base Whitehouse in Kajaki, Afghanistan, is lit up by moonlight alone, April 7, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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Posted: 4/17/2012

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An interpreter with the 2nd Kandak, 3rd Brigade, Afghan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team, talks with a fellow interpreter after meeting with Col. Zahir, commander ANCOP 2/3 Kandak, at Forward Operating Base Whitehouse in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 7, 2012. When meeting with his ANCOP counterpart, Briske is assisted by a linguist. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Joel Briske, Afghan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team commander, meets with Col. Zyeer, the ANCOP 2nd Kandak 3rd Brigade commander in his temporary home at Forward Operating Base Whitehouse in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. When meeting with his ANCOP counterpart, Briske is assisted by a linguist. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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Second Kandak, 3rd Brigade, Afghan National Civil Order Police meet with members of the ANCOP Combat Advisor Team at one of the many patrol bases in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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Afghanistan National Civil Order Police 2nd Kandak 3rd Brigade, meet with members of the ANCOP Combat Advisor Team at one of the many patrol bases in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Capt. Robert Fekete, senior logistics advisor with an Afghanistan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team, talks to an ANCOP member during a routine mission to advise and assist members of the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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A member of the 2nd Kandak, 3rd Brigade, Afghan National Civil Order Police member rests on a roof at one of the many patrol bases during a visit from the ANCOP Combat Advisor Team in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Capt. Robert Fekete, senior logistics advisor with an Afghanistan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team, talks to an ANCOP member during a routine mission to advise and assist members of the ANCOP 2nd Kandak, 3rd Brigade, in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Joel Briske, Afghanistan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team commander, stands guard during a routine mission to advise and assist members of the ANCOP 2nd Kandak, 3rd Brigade, in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Capt. Robert Fekete, senior logistics advisor with an Afghanistan National Civil Order Police Combat Advisor Team, travels to a patrol base during a routine mission to advise and assist members of the ANCOP 2nd Kandak, 3rd Brigade, in Kajaki, Afghanistan, April 5, 2012. The ANCOP Combat Advisor Team is comprised of four Air Force officers that act as lead advisers and a group of highly trained Soldiers that are responsible for the team's security. It is the team's mission to help train and advise the ANCOP 2/3 Kandak on how to secure and protect their country from insurgents. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Sara Csurilla)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jeff Whiteman, a KC-10 Extender pilot from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, walks to a crew bus after a flight over Afghanistan Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 2/29/2012

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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Chris Whynott, a KC-10 Extender flight engineer from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, walks to a crew bus after a flight over Afghanistan Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 2/29/2012

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A U.S. Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet from the USS Abraham Lincoln receives fuel over Afghanistan from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 2/29/2012

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Two Belgian Air Component F-16A Fighting Falcons perform a split break over Afghanistan after receiving fuel from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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Posted: 2/29/2012

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Two Belgian Air Component F-16A Fighting Falcons perform a split break over Afghanistan after receiving fuel from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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KC-10s bring fuel to fightKC-10s bring fuel to fight
KC-10s bring fuel to fight

A Belgian Air Component F-16A Fighting Falcon receives fuel over Afghanistan from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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KC-10s bring fuel to fight

A Belgian Air Component F-16A Fighting Falcon receives fuel over Afghanistan from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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KC-10s bring fuel to fight

A Belgian Air Component F-16A Fighting Falcon receives fuel over Afghanistan from a KC-10 Extender from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Jeff Whiteman, a KC-10 Extender pilot from the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, mentors 1st Lt. Cody Martin at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia Feb. 27, 2012. The 908th EARS provides critical air refueling to aircraft in the area of responsibility, delivering more than one million gallons of fuel to the fight every day. In 2011, the 908th EARS offloaded more than 390 million pounds of fuel to more than 28,000 aircraft, flew more than 36,700 hours in almost 4,600 missions. The average sortie length for a KC-10 mission in Southwest Asia is about eight hours. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Greg Biondo)
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