Events

May 11, 2012

Mighty Medical MASH BASH

photos by Airman 1st Class Devante Williams

Kai, 4, son of Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Aldridge, 56th Medical Group, goes one-on-one against Airman 1st Class Robert Schlattman, 56th Medical Support Squadron, during a round of pugil sticks at the Mash Bash at Luke Air Force Base May 4. The Mash Bash is an event hosted by the 56th MDG that features many activities such as a pie-in-the-face contest and raffles.

Senior Airman David Pegg, 56th Medical Support Squadron, prepares to dunk Master Sgt. Christine Wagner, 56th Medical Support Squadron, into the water during the Mash Bash May 4 at Luke Air Force Base. Wagner was one of three Airmen from the group who sat on the hot seat in the dunk tank.

Airman 1st Class Taylor LeBlanc, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron, carries Ariman 1st Class Nick Liuzzi, 56th AMDS, during the warrior challenge at the Mash Bash May 4 at Luke Air Force Base. LeBlanc and Liuzzi took first place in the warrior challenge.




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