Events

April 4, 2014

MDG takes it outdoors for annual Mash Bash

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Water guns sit ready for use in the water wars during the event.
 
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56th Medical Operations Squadron Airmen celebrate after a tug-o-war win during the Mash Bash. The Mash Bash included kickball, jousting and a water war with water guns and water balloons.
 
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Staff Sgt. Chelsie Nelson, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Bioenvironmental technician, and her son Dominik, 9 months, enjoy the festivities March 28 during the Mash Bash at Luke Air Force Base.
 
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Senior Airman Calib Seely, 56th Medical Operations Squadron medical technician, plays Frisbee during the Mash Bash, which gives MDG Airmen is a chance to take a break and unwind.
 
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Members of the 56th Medical Group pose for a squadron photo March 28 prior to the annual Mash Bash.
 
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Senior Airman Eric Vail, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron public health technician, lifts a weighted duffel bag during the body fitness competition.
 
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Airman 1st Class Dorette Turner, 56th Medical Support Squadron medical technician, runs to first base during a kickball game. 56th MDG held the annual event complete with food, competitions and prizes.
 
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Staff Sgt. Michelle Stauffer, 308th Fighter Squadron aviation resource management, jumps over a weighted duffel bag in the body fitness contest.
 
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Col. Larry Evans, 56th Dental Squadron commander, presents the Mash Bash Spirit award to Col. Constance Jackson, 56th Medical Operations Squadron commander. The spirit award is given to the flight who earned the most points during the Mash Bash competition events.




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