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Staff Sgt. Brockley Cassidy, 100th Security Forces Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Cassidy is the 100th SFS mobility non-commissioned officer in charge, and hails from Goldsboro, N.C. “The Olympics bring out the true fan in all of us.  It isn’t about where the athletes are from or who they play for.  They are American, representing all of us, and to see them go out there and excel the only feeling one can have is pride.  Watching these great ambassadors of the U.S. compete and show respect for other countries makes me proud to call myself an American,” he said. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) SSgt Brockley Cassidy
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Master Sgt. Michael Francis, 100th Force Support Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Francis is the 100th FSS Food Service section chief and hails from Kingston, Jamaica. “If I could watch any two countries play each other at the Olympic event it would be America vs. Jamaica in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash because that would reveal the bests two countries of these events putting their dedication, spirit and intense energy in these events with superb sportsmanship,” he said. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) MSgt Michael Francis
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Staff Sgt. James Herrera, 100th Security Forces Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Herrera is the 100th SFS armory non-commissioned officer in charge, and hails from Anaheim, Calif. Here’s what he had to say about the Games: “I feel a great sense of pride seeing fellow Americans represent, compete and win. It’s awesome to hear the national anthem during the medal ceremony.” (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) SSgt James Herrera
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee, 100th Communications Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Lee is the 100th CS unit deployment manager, and hails from Belfair, Wash. Here’s what he had to say about the Games: “I am a big sports fan and I always root for my hometown team. And I think it’s great when we can bring the entire U.S. together to root for the same team.” (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen)
SSgt Andrew Lee
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Airman 1st Class Adam Moyer, 352nd Special Operations Support Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Moyer is an 352nd SOSS Aircrew Flight Equipment journeyman and hails from Milltown, Wis. “Being stationed in America’s military overseas is alike to one certain aspect of the Olympics in that it grants the opportunity to diversify our outlook on the world at large and offers us the chance to learn from others’ cultures where we would generally have not and hopefully attain some sort of peace,” he said. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) A1C Adam Moyer
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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There’s a fever in the air around East Anglia and all over England. Culture, art, music, cuisine and top national athletes competing for gold medals – there’s no cure for this fever, so rather than trying to fight it, just catch it! (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace) A1C Ian Rohm
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serves as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Senior Airman Tyler Stokes, 100th Communications Squadron, describes how he believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays his excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Stokes is an 100th CS communications security accountant and hails from Meridian, Miss. Here’s what he had to say about the Games: “The fact that the Olympic Games have their roots in Ancient Greece is what gives me the most pride. I have an interest in history of all kinds, and the fact that America (one of the youngest nations relative to the history of the world) is participating in one of the world’s longest, oldest, and most prestigious competitions with athletes from all over the world is pretty awe inspiring.” (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) SrA Tyler Stokes
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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Senior Master Sgt. Ann Svitanek, 100th Maintenance Operations Squadron, describes how she believes standing as one, the Air Force is strong, and relays her excitement for the upcoming Olympic Games. Svitanek is the 100th MOS Maintenance Operations Flight superintendent and hails from Frankfort, Ill. “The excitement is unbelievable and a great opportunity. To be able to witness firsthand the build up to the games, the torch run, the anticipation of all the athletes’ arrival, the opening ceremonies, and for just a small amount of time each participating country having the exact same goal, to bring home the Gold for their country,” she said. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Tony Dineen) SMSgt Ann Svitanek
Every four years people across the globe set their differences aside and rally behind their teams and country, as the finest athletes in their lands compete at the Olympic Games.The London 2012 Olympic Games serve as a time to bolster national pride, American Airmen are among the most diverse groups in the world and serve the American people, an
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RAF MILDENHALL, England – Esean Rose, 100th Security Forces Squadron, defends the ball from Martin Parker, 100th Civil Engineer Squadron, during an Intramural Indoor Soccer match at the North Side Fitness Center July 10, 2012. The CES took the win with a final score of 8-4. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jerilyn Quintanilla) Andrade early hat-trick sends CE on their way
A hat-trick in the first 12 minutes from Vincente Andrade gave the 100th Civil Engineer Squadron the perfect start in their Intramural Indoor soccer game against the 100th Security Forces Squadron at the RAF Mildenhall North Side Fitness Center July 10.It was the 100th SFS who started the brightest and after a couple of minutes had the ball in the
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RAF MILDENHALL, England – Austin "Tank" Meyer, 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, pitches against an Airman from the 100th Communications Squadron during an intramural softball game at RAF Mildenhall June 20, 2012. The intramural softball league began May 9 and is composed of 12 teams from various squadrons around base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ethan Morgan) 100th AMXS runs home with a win

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