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Gen. Stephen Wilson (left), Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and his wife (right) Nancy Wilson, celebrate with Lt. Col. Kevin Amsden, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron commander, and his daughter, Breanna Amsden, during the Air Force Officers’ Spouses’ Club scholarship awards ceremony at Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C., May 21, 2017. Breanna was 1 of 19 recipients of the AFOSC scholarships. (Courtesy photo) You have dreams, there are opportunities
From a very young age, many children are told to “stay in school,” because it’s a critical factor for our future success; however, for college, it is easier said than done.
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2017
Second Lts. Ranell Cavitt and Maggie Jones, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron, have been nearly inseparable since they arrived at Schriever Air Force Base, Sept. 30, 2015. They have only been separated professionally for a short time, during training, since their arrival and work closely together as Automated Navigation and Guidance Experiment in Local Space satellite mission planners and trainers. Their shared experience and passion for space and science helped build a friendship and camaraderie that appears like a life-long bond, though the pair met less than two years ago. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher DeWitt) Following the same trajectory
The pair sat at the coffee house table and a casual observer might quickly conclude they were lifelong friends. The reality is, though they met less than two years ago, their lives have been following nearly identical paths since that day. And that’s perfectly fine with them.“We came in at the exact same time,” they said simultaneously.Second Lts.
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2017
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