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Official photo of Col Dave Williams
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Official Portrait of Col Shelly Bausch
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U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Lance Wooster, 187th Air Evacuation Squadron, Cheyenne, Wyoming,  receives help and instruction with his harness before sitting in an open door of a CH-47 Chinook helicopter during Patriot, Volk Field, Wisconsin, July 17, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
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U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Lance Wooster, 187th Air Evacuation Squadron, Cheyenne, Wyoming,  receives help and instruction with his harness before sitting in an open door of a CH-47 Chinook helicopter during Patriot, Volk Field, Wisconsin, July 17, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(United States Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Lance Wooster, 187th Air Evacuation Squadron, Cheyenne, Wyoming,  receives help and instruction with his harness before sitting in an open door of a CH-47 Chinook helicopter during Patriot, Volk Field, Wisconsin, July 17, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(United States Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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Canadian Air Force, 436th Squadron 8th Wing, delivers 5 American soldiers to their High Altitude Low Open (HALO) altitude for airbourne training during PATRIOT, July 13, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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Canadian Air Force, 436th Squadron 8th Wing, delivers 5 American soldiers to their High Altitude Low Open (HALO) altitude for airbourne training during PATRIOT, July 13, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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Canadian Air Force, 436th Squadron 8th Wing, delivers 5 American soldiers to their High Altitude Low Open (HALO) altitude for airbourne training during PATRIOT, July 13, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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Canadian Air Force, 436th Squadron 8th Wing, delivers 5 American soldiers to their High Altitude Low Open (HALO) altitude for airbourne training during PATRIOT, July 13, 2005.
PATRIOT is the largest annual exercise held across the United States. This exercise increases the warfighting capabilities of the National Guard, reserve, and active components of the Air Force and Army. Additionally, Canadian, United Kingdom, and Dutch forces are participating, increasing combined effectiveness. 
(U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant Allen Pickert) (Released)
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Staff Sgt. T.J. Seelbach and Master Sgt. Doug Hickman practice their self-aid and buddy care skills during the rodeo. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Kayla Köhn)
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