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OF BIKES AND BRAINS - Driving a motorcycle while drunk shattered an Airman’s skull and wrecked his careerOF BIKES AND BRAINS - Driving a motorcycle while drunk shattered an Airman’s skull and wrecked his career
OF BIKES AND BRAINS - Driving a motorcycle while drunk shattered an Airman’s skull and wrecked his career

Tech. Sgt. Mark Hopkins has loved motorcycles his whole life, but on May 27, 2012, he was involved in a motorcycle accident that nearly ended his life. Blood tests showed Hopkins, from Grand Forks AFB, N.D., had a blood alcohol level about twice the legal limit when the accident occurred and was wearing a helmet not approved by the Department of Transportation. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/24/2013

THE ITSY BITSY SPIDER - Man has deadly reaction to black widow biteTHE ITSY BITSY SPIDER - Man has deadly reaction to black widow bite
THE ITSY BITSY SPIDER - Man has deadly reaction to black widow bite

A black widow, with its distinctive red hourglass markings, is America’s most recognizable spider … and one of its most dangerous. (Courtesy photo by Ryan Wunsch/Released)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

SEVEN! (Update) Group of Airmen conquers tallest peaks on every continentSEVEN! (Update) Group of Airmen conquers tallest peaks on every continent
SEVEN! (Update) Group of Airmen conquers tallest peaks on every continent

After practicing ice climbing techniques, members of the USAF 7 Summits Challenge team pose on the Khumbu Glacier at Everest Base Camp, Nepal (17,500ft). April 2013. (Courtesy photo) From L-R: Capt Marshall Klitzke, SSgt Nick Gibson, Maj Malcolm Schongalla, Capt Megan Harkins, Maj Rob Marshall, Capt Kyle Martin, Capt Colin Merrin, Capt Heidi Kent, Capt Andrew Ackles.
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Posted: 10/23/2013

SLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIASLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIA
SLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIA

With the girl dying from hypothermia, White (center) had to work fast, not only to get her body temperature up but to administer CPR after she stopped breathing twice. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

SLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIASLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIA
SLIDING INTO HYPOTHERMIA

To beat the summer heat, locals flock to a popular swimming hole at University Falls in a remote canyon of the Sierra foothills near Beale AFB, Calif. Area emergency services have responded to a dramatic increase in rescues from the isolated location in recent years. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

LESSONS I LEARNED AT UNIVERSITY FALLSLESSONS I LEARNED AT UNIVERSITY FALLS
LESSONS I LEARNED AT UNIVERSITY FALLS

Maj. Jaesin White, commander of the 940th Logistics Readiness Squadron, a Reserve unit at Beale AFB, California saves teenager’s life at remote California waterfall. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATSNIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS
NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS

Located about 11 miles northwest of Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, is the true “bat cave.” Bracken Cave nests millions of migratory Mexican free-tailed bats from March to October and is the largest bat and mammalian colony on earth. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Benedet/Released)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATSNIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS
NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS

Bats are natural enemies of night-flying insects — and aircraft. The millions of Mexican free-tailed bats at Bracken Bat Cave in Texas eat up to 200 tons of insects nightly, resulting in 20 to 40 feet of guano lying on the cavern floor. The waste goes through a process of natural decomposition aided by guano beetles and decomposing microbes. As a result, guano contains powerful decomposing microbes, which help control soil-borne diseases. Confederate soldiers even mined bat guano for saltpeter to make gunpowder. The U.S. Government at one time even offered free land to those who found guano deposits and made it available to the public.
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Posted: 10/23/2013

NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATSNIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS
NIGHT FLYING MISSIONS VS MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS

The majority of the bats in Bracken Cave are females nursing their babies, so every evening during these months they emerge between 6 and 8 p.m. to feed. Because of the sheer volume of these tiny winged creatures, base training aircraft can find themselves battling the bats for airspace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Benedet/Released)
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Posted: 10/23/2013

MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shore ... alive!MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shore ... alive!
MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shore ... alive!

Miles from shore, Robert Spence had to make it to land by swimming — with his broken jet ski in tow. (U.S. Air photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/Released)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!
MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!

An avid fan of water sports, Spence spends many days at lakes enjoying his jet ski. But all that experience didn’t help when he lost his focus and let his guard down. (U.S. Air photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/Released)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!
MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!

When water got into battery contacts that were already corroded, Spence’s machine would no longer start! (U.S. Air photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/Released)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with  a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!
MEMORIAL DAY MIRACLE - Alone in the middle of a lake in a foreign country, a man with a busted jet ski has to figure out how to get to shoshore ... alive!

When jet skiing, pack your emergency gear. (U.S. Air photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/Released)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

HANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical careHANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical care
HANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical care

Capt. Ashly Barnes, 36th Rescue Flight standardization and evaluation liaison officer, prepares a UH-1N Iroquois helicopter for take-off at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., April 5, 2013. Barnes received the 2012 Air Education Training Command Aviator valor award for distinguishing herself as a pilot during a rescue mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Janelle Patiño)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

HANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical careHANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical care
HANGING IN THE BALANCE - When an Airman suffers a severe head injury deep in the forests, Wash., it’s up to an Air Force helicopter crew to pluck him out of the wilderness to get him to desperately needed emergency medical care

An Airman injured while going through Air Force Survival School at Fairchild AFB, Wash., had to be hoisted into an UH-1 helicopter in an emergency medical air evacuation. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Hannen)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

When his boat didn’t stay anchored to shore, it set into motion a sequence of events that almost cost an Airman his life. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

These snapshots of Staff Sgt. Alberto Da Silva; his wife, Pam; and his daughter, Naomi, were nearly the last happy moments the family spent together after Da Silva almost drowned. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

These snapshots of Staff Sgt. Alberto Da Silva; his wife, Pam; and his daughter, Naomi, were nearly the last happy moments the family spent together after Da Silva almost drowned. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

These snapshots of Staff Sgt. Alberto Da Silva; his wife, Pam; and his daughter, Naomi, were nearly the last happy moments the family spent together after Da Silva almost drowned. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

These snapshots of Staff Sgt. Alberto Da Silva; his wife, Pam; and his daughter, Naomi, were nearly the last happy moments the family spent together after Da Silva almost drowned. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his lifeANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life
ANCHOR'S AWAY! - The tide took his boat; then it tried to take his life

These snapshots of Staff Sgt. Alberto Da Silva; his wife, Pam; and his daughter, Naomi, were nearly the last happy moments the family spent together after Da Silva almost drowned. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structureBRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure
BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure

When boaters hit an underground piling from an old bridge, the boat suffered nearly $9,000 in damage. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structureBRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure
BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure

Driving a Mastercraft skiboat, two colonels and a 13-year old boy were lucky to escape with their lives when they hit a submerged object at Lake Amistad, Texas. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structureBRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure
BRIDGE UNDER TROUBLED WATERS - Boaters crash into submerged structure

Lt. Col. Errol Rottman Jr. and his 13-year old son, Ryan, ready a pole for a day of fishing. But the lake turned the tables on them when it “snagged” the boat they were in. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 7/12/2013

‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’
‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’

Still bearing a physical scar on his left arm from a texting and driving crash just more than three years ago, Senior Airman Caleb Zody says the emotional scars from that day are much tougher to overcome. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Chase)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’
‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’

After rolling his 1994 Honda Accord three times, Zody had to have 4 inches of muscle stitched together and sewn back into his left arm and multiple stitches and staples put into his head. His car, pictured, shows the blood-soaked driver’s seat stained by his severe head injury, leaving little wonder why the Airman suffered a concussion and memory loss. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’
‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’

Senior Airman Caleb Zody rolled his vehicle three times while texting and driving. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Chase)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’
‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’

Airman Jacqlyn Weir was wearing a seat belt and survived the crash. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’
‘I KILLED MY BEST FRIEND’S SISTER’

Jacqlyn's twin sister, Jessica, was not wearing a seat belt and died in the crash. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

Still holding onto her scorched flight suit, Staff Sgt. Erica Luke said she was “beyond happy” that it worked as advertised. She said she had always been taught that a flight suit was fire-retardant up to 700 to 800 degrees. But she admitted she was surprised that it was able to deflect most of the flash fire that enveloped her. She now stores the charred flight suit in a shadow box … protecting it as it once protected her. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/26/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

When rust particles in a valve caused a spark that ignited a flash fire in a 100 percent oxygen environment, Luke didn’t escape unscathed. This picture, taken shortly after the mishap, shows where the fire melted the skin on her face and neck. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/26/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

Long before the release of the hit song by Alicia Keys and the Hunger Games movie that further popularized the phrase, Staff Sgt. Erica Luke was the ‘Girl on Fire’ … literally (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet / composite by Sammie W. King)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

Valve similar to the valves attached to the oxygen tanks used by Staff Sgt. Luke to replenish the Cessna's oxygen system. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/26/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

Two months after the March 2007 accident, Luke met her future husband, Staff Sgt. Alexander Luke. They now have two daughters, Riley, 4, and Mya, 3, who once saw one of her mommy’s scars, pointed and asked, “Boo-boo hurt?” (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/26/2013

GIRL ON FIRE!GIRL ON FIRE!
GIRL ON FIRE!

Luke proved to be resilient despite her agonizing burns. She suffered second-degree burns to her torso just above the left armpit, the left and front of her neck, the left side of her face and ear, as well as to her left arm and both hands. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 4/26/2013

Trending up gets THUMBS DOWNTrending up gets THUMBS DOWN
Trending up gets THUMBS DOWN

Trending up gets THUMBS DOWN when it comes to Severing Fingers (Composite by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet and David M. Stack)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

FOUR-FINGER DISCOUNT?FOUR-FINGER DISCOUNT?
FOUR-FINGER DISCOUNT?

Table saws are the most common way Airmen lose fingers, accounting for nearly one-third of the Air Force’s 94 finger amputations this past decade, according to Air Force Safety Center statistics. (Illustration by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 4/25/2013

A BROKEN WING AND A PRAYERA BROKEN WING AND A PRAYER
A BROKEN WING AND A PRAYER

Back together after 26 years, retired Maj. Plato Rhyne, left, and retired Lt. Col. Mike Hainsey, met with students and instructor pilots at Columbus AFB, Miss., May 4 to discuss their T-38 crash and share the lessons learned. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 1/16/2013

HOME FIELD DISADVANTAGEHOME FIELD DISADVANTAGE
HOME FIELD DISADVANTAGE

At-fault vehicle accidents for military members within the first six months of returning from deployment increased 13 percent overall, according to the USAA study. (Composite by David M. Stack).
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Posted: 1/16/2013

HOME FIELD DISADVANTAGEHOME FIELD DISADVANTAGE
HOME FIELD DISADVANTAGE

Deployed military members show “an appreciable increase” in at-fault accidents upon return to their home stations, according to a study conducted by the United Services Automobile Association, better known as USAA. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Adrian Cadiz).
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Posted: 1/16/2013

CRYSTAL CLEARCRYSTAL CLEAR
CRYSTAL CLEAR

Malinda Johnson, who is Crystal Salierno's mom is in remission from leukemia. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
CRYSTAL CLEAR


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Posted: 1/16/2013

CRYSTAL CLEAR CRYSTAL CLEAR
CRYSTAL CLEAR

Staff Sgt. Crystal Salierno is still haunted by the thought that she came so close to losing her life when she chose to ignore weather forecasts in an effort to get home for the holidays. She still suffers headaches and tenderness from the head injury she sustained in a car crash. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet).
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Posted: 1/16/2013

CRYSTAL CLEARCRYSTAL CLEAR
CRYSTAL CLEAR

She smashed her head through the driver’s side window when she totaled the Dodge Neon she was driving during an ice storm. But Salierno survived to spend Christmas with her mom, Malinda Johnson, who is in remission from leukemia. (Photo courtesy of Salierno family).
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Posted: 1/16/2013

STANDING TALLSTANDING TALL
STANDING TALL

Miller doesn’t feel sorry for herself and doesn’t make excuses. “I will never use my disability as an excuse for failure, and I won’t spend my life hating the guy who did this to me. That would cripple me more than any physical disabilities ever could.” (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 10/17/2012

Standing TallStanding Tall
Standing Tall

*Teaching the fundamentals of sitting volleyball at the Rambler Fitness Center, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, Jan. 18, Miller embraces the opportunity to meet, coach and mentor wounded, injured and ill warriors participating in a Paralympic military sports camp. Even though she was in the Army, Miller has a soft spot for the Air Force as her younger brother, Michael Miller, served as an F-16 crew chief at Cannon AFB, N.M. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 10/12/2012

Standing TallStanding Tall
Standing Tall

Playing a scrimmage against the male Paralympic team, Miller was named the best receiver and libero (defensive specialist) during the 2012 Paralympics in the women’s sitting volleyball event at the London Games. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 10/12/2012

Standing TallStanding Tall
Standing Tall

Practice isn’t over at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, where Miller and her Paralympic teammates practice. Miller and her teammates hit the gym more than fives days a week in preparation for the 2012 Paralympic games in London. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 10/12/2012

Standing TallStanding Tall
Standing Tall

Happy New Year? As the millennium ball dropped Jan. 1, 2000, Miller recovered from a collapsed lung, multiple broken bones, a crushed pelvis, a hole in her intestine, and a double leg amputation after a drunk driver crashed into her. (Courtesy Photo)
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Posted: 10/12/2012

    

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