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February 8, 2013

Team March returns home after readiness inspection

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The mighty C-17 Globemaster III landed at March Field just before sunset, manifested with exhausted warriors returning from the weeklong Operational Readiness Inspection, held in Gulfport, Miss., Feb. 1. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

Senior Airmen Kelsey Parks, Mariah Hullinger and Cydnee Thigpen from the 452nd Logistics Readiness Squadron prepare in processing paperwork for the returning Airmen who participated in the Operational Readiness Inspection, Feb. 1. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

452d Force Support Squadron personnel, (from left to right) Staff Sgt. Megan Alvarado, Master Sgt. Tiffany Santamaria, along with Tech. Sgt. Alene Yath, 452d Maintenance Squadron and Master Sgt. Rick Fowler, 729th Airlift Squadron receive returning March Airmen from the Operational Readiness Inspection held in Gulfport, Miss., Feb 1. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

452d Logistics Readiness Squadron personnel (from left to right) Airman 1st Class Jasmine Caldwell, Senior Airmen Yuri Harrell and Margarette Anne Gonzales and Airman 1st Class Monique Partee, pose for a photo prior to receiving luggage pallets from the returning Operational Readiness Inspection participants, Feb. 1. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

Maj. Jengi Martinez (right), 729th Airlift Squadron and March Aviation Society representative, hands Capt. Robbie Frantal, 729th AS, a free goodie bag of burritos and cookies during the mass in-processing of March members returning from the Operational Readiness Inspection, Feb. 1. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

Master Sgt. Anhtuan Dang (right), 452d Air Mobility Wing legal office, Staff Judge Advocate, shown browsing through the food line after completing his in-processing requirements for the Operational Readiness Inspection. Master Sgt. Long Diep, Air Force Reserve Western Recruiting Squadron, among many other volunteers were on hand to pass out food to the returning players. (U.S. Air Force photo / Darnell Gardner)

Colonel Samuel Mahaney (center), 452d Air Mobility Wing commander, is greeted by March members after returning from the Operational Readiness Inspection, Feb. 2. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Linda Welz)




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