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Lt. Col. Jennifer Saraceno, 97th Intelligence Squadron commander, officially unveils Tennant Hall on the squadron headquarters building during a ceremony here June 30. The facility was dedicated in honor of retired Chief Master Sgt. Thomas H. Tennant who played a major role establishing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in multiple units which later became the 97th IS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Charles Haymond) Building dedication honors unit legend
A dedication ceremony was held at the 97th Intelligence Squadron headquarters facility here June 30. The facility was dedicated Tennant Hall in honor of retired Chief Master Sgt. Thomas H. Tennant who played a major role establishing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in multiple units which later became the 97th IS.
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2017
British Royal Air Force Squadron Leader Ade Pickup, an exchange officer with the 338th Combat Training Squadron, flies the United Kingdom flag and poses with Hugh Trenchard, a special teddy bear, following a training flight on an RC-135 here June 29. Hugh is an honorary member of the RAF and has been flying on aircraft all across the U.S. this year to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force in 1918 and also the U.S. Air Force 70th anniversary this year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Charles Haymond) Local training flight includes special passenger
A standard RC-135 training mission was flown here June 29, much like any other day.However, this 338th Combat Training Squadron flight was unique as one of its crew members was none other than Hugh Trenchard, a very special teddy bear who is an honorary member of the British Royal Air Force.Named after Sir Hugh Trenchard, Marshal of the Royal Air
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