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Senior Airman Timothy Sentz sings “She’s Got A Way” at the Air Mobility Command Icon show at the Scott Club, August 14. Sentz previously performed in the Tops in Blue and enjoys singing and playing his guitar in his free time. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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Family members record the performance of Andrew Reed at the Air Mobility Command Icon show at the Scott Club, August 14. Family, friends and coworkers of the performers came to show their support by cheering and recording during their performance. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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Brian Flanigan sings “Georgia” at the Air Mobility Command Icon show at the Scott Club, August 14. Flanigan won third place and won $200 for his performance. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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Second Lieutenant Matt Shinn sings “Through the Glass” during the Air Mobility Command Icon show at the Scott Club, August 14, 2015. Shinn credits his mother as his musical influence. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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The top three winners of the Air Mobility Command Icon pose with their prize checks Aug. 14 at the Scott Club. Tracy Tinsley won first place, Airman 1st Class Andrea Aquino won second place, and Brian Flannigan claimed third place. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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Tracy Tinsley performs “Little White Church” at the Air Mobility Command Icon show at the Scott Club, August 14. Tinsley won first place at the completion and won $500. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl)
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First Lt. Bradford Law, 38th Cyberspace Readiness Squadron, 1st Lt. Paul Jordan, Air Force Space Command, and teammate Chase Clettenberg (center), are awarded second place in GlobalHack IV June 7. Law and Jordan are two cyber Airmen who work to keep their skills sharp by melding their personal and professional interests, like participating in a local "Hack-a-thon" where competitors solved real-world problems by programming software. (Courtesy photo)
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Tech. Sgt. John Dickson sorts men’s clothing at the Airman’s Attic on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois on March 12, 2015. The Airman’s Attic depends on volunteers to accept donations, sort them, place them on shelves, and assist customers. Everything at the Airman’s Attic is 100 percent free. Parr is a member of Command and Control at the 618th Air Operations Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sarah Hall-Kirchner/Released)
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Staff Sgt. Regina Parr sorts and hangs women’s clothing at the Airman’s Attic on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois on March 12, 2015. The Airman’s Attic depends on volunteers to accept donations, sort them, place them on shelves, and assist customers. Everything at the Airman’s Attic is 100 percent free. Parr is a member of Command and Control at the 618th Air Operations Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sarah Hall-Kirchner/Released)
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Tracy Peterson talks with customers at the Chief Master Sgt. Gene R. Collins Airman’s Attic at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois on March 12, 2015. Military members of any rank can get uniforms and books at the Airman’s Attic. Members E-4 and below and their direct dependents can get any item for free. Peterson is a core volunteer at the Airman’s Attic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sarah Hall-Kirchner/Released)
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Senior Master Sgt. Shannon Last adds toys to shelves at the Chief Master Sgt. Gene R. Collins Airman’s Attic at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois on March 12, 2015. Scott’s Airman’s Attic is manned 100 percent by volunteers, who accept and sort donations, shelve them, and assist customers. The Airman’s Attic is open to military members E-4 and below and their direct dependents. All ranks can get books and uniforms. Last is the Mission Support Cell Manager at the 618th Air Operations Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Sarah Hall-Kirchner/Released)
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Airman 1st Class Nijha Tasker, 437th Supply Chain Operations Squadron, is one of several military volunteers at the St. Clair Juvenile Detention Center. Airmen volunteer at the detention center, which houses youth, ages 12 to 18, who may be in trouble at home, school or the community. She volunteers there to give back to the community and because she likes having a direct role in making a difference in someone's life. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Megan Friedl)
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The Blice-Baums prepare for a performance in a local choral group called Masterworks Chorale. The Blice-Baums have been involved together in music throughout their 32 years of marriage. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Lt. Col. Christine Blice-Baum, 375th Air Mobility Wing Chaplain, and her husband, Mark Blice-Baum, Airman and Family Readiness Community Readiness Specialist, rehearse with their local choral group, Masterworks Chorale, for a performance at St. Clare Church. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Joshua Eikren)
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Members of the 375th Operations Support Squadron take a couple hours out of work to paint fences May 30, 2014 in St. Louis. The unit has participated in various volunteer events since the installation of their Community Outreach Program. In 2013, the 375th OSS commander decided to start a program for the squadron to participate in monthly. "Volunteering is like his baby and I believe that it is also a morale booster," said Airman 1st Class Sarah Haynes. Haynes is a member of the 375th OSS. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kiana Brothers)
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Members of the 375th Operations Support Squadron take a couple hours out of work to paint fences May 30, 2014 in St. Louis. The unit has participated in various volunteer events since the installation of their Community Outreach Program. In 2013, the 375th OSS commander decided to start a program for the squadron to participate in monthly. Some previous events included: Belleville Humane Society, St. Louis Food Bank, and the Food Pantry. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kiana Brothers)
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