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Ohio civic leaders gain Air Force experience in Colorado

Derek Emerson, the owner of the Howland Chick-Fil-A, talks with a U.S. Air Force Academy cadet about Airmanship July 28, 2017. Cadets enrolled in a soaring course pilot a sailplane and have the opportunity to take an elective course in free-fall parachuting. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Jeffrey Grossi.)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Jeffrey Grossi
VIRIN: 170728-F-UU934-1544.JPG
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