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U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Bradley D. Spacy, Installation and Mission Support Center commander, addresses the airmen with the 343rd Training Squadron before a demonstration from the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas July 7, 2017. Spacy was the commander of the Honor Guard in Fresno, Calif.
U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Bradley D. Spacy, Installation and Mission Support Center commander, stands at attention during a demonstration of the U.S. Air Force Honor Guard at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas July 7, 2017. Spacy was the commander of the Honor Guard in Fresno, Calif.
Tech. Sgt. Megan Harper stands at attention with Airman under the overhang at the 326th Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. June 28, 2017. Harper has been selected as the Military Times’ 2017 Airman of the Year for her exceptional service over the course of a 15-year Air Force career.
Tech. Sgt. Megan Harper, A 326th Training Squadron military training instructor facilitator, stands with Airmen from Airman's Week in front of the 326th TRS at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland June 28, 2017. Harper has been selected as the Military Times’ 2017 Airman of the Year for her exceptional service over the course of a 15-year Air Force career.
Members of the 350th Battlefield Airmen Training Squadron prepare to land on the newly renamed Schroeder drop zone during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march. On April 8, 2016 Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
Members of the 350th Battlefield Airmen Training Squadron and from throughout Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland participated in a 1-mile log march during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march. April 8, 2016, Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
Members of the 350th Battlefield Airmen Training Squadron and Airmen from throughout Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland complete a run during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy by renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march. On April 8th, 2016 Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
Members of the 350th Battlefield Airmen Training Squadron and from throughout Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland accomplish pull ups during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy by renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march. On April 8th, 2016 Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
Col. Roy Collins, 37th Training Wing commander, prepares to address the crowd during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march. On April 8, 2016, Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
Col. Ronald Stenger, Battlefield Airmen Training Group commander, addresses the crowd during a memorial remembrance ceremony honoring Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder April 7, 2017, at JBSA-Lackland, Texas, Medina Annex. Schroeder’s unit honored his legacy by renaming a drop zone as Schroeder DZ and participated in a "Monster Mash" fitness competition, remembrance ceremony and log march.  On April 8th, 2016 Schroeder recognized a perilous situation developing and reacted swiftly by putting himself between an armed individual and his first sergeant. In the process, he saved lives of other squadron members while being fatally wounded. Schroeder was posthumously awarded the Airman’s Medal, given to those that distinguish themselves by a heroic act – usually at the volunteer risk of their lives but not involving combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)
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