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Pilot for a day returns to ScottPilot for a day returns to Scott
Pilot for a day returns to Scott

Capt. Gina Stramaglio, 458th Airlift Squadron, and Jared Anderson prepare for taxi ride in a C-21A during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Pilot for a day returns to ScottPilot for a day returns to Scott
Pilot for a day returns to Scott

Capt. Gina Stramaglio, 458th Airlift Squadron, and Jared Anderson prepare for taxi ride in a C-21A during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Jared Anderson looks out over Scott from the control tower during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. His day consisted of multiple events and tours to include a C-21A taxi ride, a military working dog demonstration, fire department demonstration, and a ride in a flight simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Jared Anderson uses an air traffic control signal light gun in the control tower during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. His day consisted of multiple events and tours to include a C-21A taxi ride, a military working dog demonstration, fire department demonstration, and a ride in a flight simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Capt. Kyle Mattie, 375th Operation Support Squadron, explains to Jared Anderson and his family how air traffic controllers were trained prior to using a flight simulator during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. His day consisted of multiple events and tours to include a C-21A taxi ride, a military working dog demonstration, fire department demonstration, and a ride in a flight simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Jared sits with his mother, Heidi Anderson, in the Wings of Hope plane before taking a flight during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. His day consisted of multiple events and tours to include a C-21A taxi ride, a military working dog demonstration, tower tour, and a ride in a flight simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Christina Henderlong, 54th Airlift Squadron flight attendant, shows Jared Anderson the flight attendant's area aboard a C-40C during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared was able to see the cockpit of the C-40C and was served snacks and beverages by Air Force flight attendants. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Jared Anderson reaches for a snack aboard a C-40C during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared was able to see the cockpit of the C-40C and was served snacks and beverages by Air Force flight attendants. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Jared Anderson communicates with the control tower from a radio aboard a C-40C during his visit for the Pilot for a Day program July 7, 2011 at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Jared, who is diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, was nominated to come to Scott and be a pilot for a day. The program gives seriously ill children a close up look at the Air Force. His day consisted of multiple events and tours to include a C-21A taxi ride, a military working dog demonstration, tower tour, and a ride in a flight simulator. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian J. Valencia)
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Personal trainer assists military members with fitnessPersonal trainer assists military members with fitness
Personal trainer assists military members with fitness

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Staff Sgt. David Johnson, James Gym operations manager, finishes a lifting set while Omar Acosta, a personal trainer working at the James Gym, spots him. Mr. Acosta has been a personal trainer, power lifter and body builder for more than 30 years and is available to help military members improve their fitness. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Teresa M. Jennings)
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Youth learn about Air Force during seminarYouth learn about Air Force during seminar
Youth learn about Air Force during seminar

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Front left, Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Candler, 375th Air Mobility Wing command chief; Col. Mike Hornitschek, 375th AMW commander; and retired Capt. Claude Platte, an original Tuskegee Airman, pose with 21 youth during a seminar hosted June 24–26 at Scott. More than 30 volunteers from across the base teamed up with the Scott Air Force Base Lewis Lynch Tuskegee Airmen Chapter to welcome students from the various states in the central region. Students learned about aviation, military organizations, citizenship responsibility and the history of the Tuskegee Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Senior Master Sgt. Patrick Jones)
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BASH team keeps runway clear of wildlifeBASH team keeps runway clear of wildlife
BASH team keeps runway clear of wildlife

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Erica McDonald, United States Department of Agriculture Wildlife Biologist, sets up a trap to catch red tail hawks on the runway June 29. The traps, which cause no harm to both the hawks and pigeons, are designed to catch the birds to be release back into a safe habitat. Ms. McDonald is part of the Scott AFB Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard program, which aims to reduce the number of aircraft strike incidents while also preserving wildlife. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Brian Valencia)
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