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SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRESPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE
SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE

SPREADING LIKE WILDFIRE - “What a scary day, and I'm so grateful for our military and civilian firefighters who put it out!” said Angie Thier who photographed this image Sept. 7 from her residence. She lives just 3 miles from the apex of the Camp Bullis, Texas, wildfire. (photo by Angie Thier)
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Posted: 10/27/2011

SEVEN WAYS HUMANS START WILDFIRESSEVEN WAYS HUMANS START WILDFIRES
SEVEN WAYS HUMANS START WILDFIRES

SEVEN WAYS HUMANS START WILDFIRES - Feeling completely exhausted, Airman 1st Class Perry Robinson of Randolph AFB, Texas, cools down and rehydrates after pulling his shift of fighting hot spots throughout the 300 acres at Camp Bullis. It was the Airman’s first experience fighting a wildfire. (photo by Staff Sgt. Conrado Juaquez)
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Posted: 10/27/2011

FIVE THINGS IN THE HERC THAT WILL KILL YOU FIVE THINGS IN THE HERC THAT WILL KILL YOU
FIVE THINGS IN THE HERC THAT WILL KILL YOU

FIVE THINGS IN THE HERC THAT WILL KILL YOU: bleed air and propellers 1, 2, 3 and 4! While those will undoubtedly ruin your day if they get out of hand, I’ve found something equally as dangerous that can get you in trouble way quicker than any of the aforementioned aircraft systems: poor communication with air traffic control. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Nathan Doza)
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Posted: 10/27/2011

LESSONS FROM THE DEEPLESSONS FROM THE DEEP
LESSONS FROM THE DEEP

WAITING TO INHALE - After nearly drowning, 2nd Lt. Naomi Hume shares a lighter moment with her rescuer and dive partner, 2nd Lt. Aaron Hoff, at a critical care unit in Tallahassee, Fla. (Photo by Courtesy of 2nd Lt. Aaron Hoff)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

WAITING TO INHALEWAITING TO INHALE
WAITING TO INHALE

WAITING TO INHALE - Using hand signals to communicate under water, the divers first attempted to spot their group, and then decided to surface. But their inexperience caused them to not account for the weight of their equipment and the water currents, which were pulling them deeper and deeper into the bay. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

WAITING TO INHALEWAITING TO INHALE
WAITING TO INHALE

WAITING TO INHALE - When she accidently put her bare hand on a sea urchin, 2nd Lt. Naomi Hume sustained painful puncture wounds that caused her and her dive partner, 2nd Lt. Aaron Hoff, to stop momentarily — just long enough for the first-time divers to become separated from their group. (Photo by Nicolas Hebrant)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

WAITING TO INHALEWAITING TO INHALE
WAITING TO INHALE

WAITING TO INHALE - Using their depth gauge, the diving duo realized they had gone 65 feet in the wrong direction to a depth of 80 feet in the murky waters of St. Andrew’s Bay, Fla. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

WAITING TO INHALEWAITING TO INHALE
WAITING TO INHALE

WAITING TO INHALE - A second lieutenant ripped her respirator mouthpiece, making it inoperable, when she panicked during a dive. She blacked out 30 feet from the surface. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

PRACTICING SAFE SIXPRACTICING SAFE SIX
PRACTICING SAFE SIX

TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN - Enjoying a rock crawler’s paradise, Meyer and Noah traverse the landscape of Katemcy 2 in Mason, Texas, May 1 at the Lonestar Early Bronco Club 12th Annual Spring Roundup. (Courtesy Photo by Chief Master Sgt. Charles Meyer)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMANTEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN
TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN

TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN - Like father, like son ,,, Meyer and his 6-year-old son, Noah, work underneath their Bronco, which they are constantly looking for ways to improve and upgrade. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMANTEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN
TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN

TEMPTED BY THE OTHER WOMAN - Stacey Meyer has to share her husband, Chief Master Sgt. Charles Meyer, with his second love: a 1972 Ford Bronco. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 8/6/2011

MESSIN WITH PARADISEMESSIN WITH PARADISE
MESSIN WITH PARADISE

MESSIN WITH PARADISE - CAP Lt. Col. Bobby Hill, retired from the police force, now pilots CAP planes to warn residents in remote locations of incoming tsunamis. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 6/14/2011

    

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