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The U.S. Air Forces in Europe jazz band, Wings of Dixie, play dixieland jazz as part of the Youth Development Program at the Africa Aerospace & Defence Expo 2014 Sept. 17, 2014, at Waterkloof Air Force Base, Pretoria, South Africa. U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Army Soldiers, including the Golden Knights parachute demonstration team, attended the 8th annual multinational event. United States military aircraft, including a C-130J Super Hercules and C-17 were on static display at the show. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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Airman 1st Class Eduardo Acosta builds model airplanes with South African students Sept. 19, 2014, as part of the Youth Development Program at the Africa Aerospace & Defence Expo 2014 Sept. 17, 2014, at Waterkloof Air Force Base, Pretoria, South Africa. U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Army Soldiers, including the United States Air Forces in Europe band and Golden Knights parachute demonstration team, attended the 8th annual multinational event. United States military aircraft, including a C-130J Super Hercules and C-17 were on static display at the show. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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Senior Airman Jaime Molina builds model airplanes with South African students Sept. 19, 2014, as part of the Youth Development Program at the Africa Aerospace & Defence Expo 2014 Sept. 17, 2014, at Waterkloof Air Force Base, Pretoria, South Africa. U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Army Soldiers, including the United States Air Forces in Europe band and Golden Knights parachute demonstration team, attended the 8th annual multinational event. United States military aircraft, including a C-130J Super Hercules and C-17 were on static display at the show. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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The force protection specialists of the 823rd Base Defense Squadron and Commando Parachutiste De l’Air No. 20 board a Royal Air Force 47 Squadron C-130J Hercules at RAF Brize Norton, England, Sept. 11.The force protection specialists concluded Exercise Global Eagle with a combined jump, and earned a set of British Military Parachute Wings. This year, for the first time, force protection specialists from three different nations came together for two weeks to train and exchange tactics, techniques and procedures on a variety of defense capabilities, including hand-to-hand combat, land navigation and weapons familiarization. Exercise Global Eagle is an annual exercise conducted on U.S. Air Force and RAF installations on alternating years. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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U.S. Air Force Capt. Shawn Chamberlin, II Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment Headquarters Flight officer commanding, prepares to step out of a RAF C-130J Hercules during a combat equipment jump over RAF Brize Norton, England, Sept. 11. Chamberlin is a U.S. exchange officer serving with the RAF Regiment. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Sgt. Gareth Saunders, Royal Air Force personal jumping instructor, conducts a final equipment check on members of II Squadron onboard a RAF 47 Squadron C-130J Hercules before a combat equipment jump Sept. 11 at RAF Brize Norton, England. This jump served as the finale of Exercise Global Eagle. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Members of II Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment, perform an equipment check before a combat equipment jump on Sept. 11at RAF Brize Norton, England. II Squadron is the only airborne squadron in the RAF Regiment. It is their tradition to wear maroon shirt during their jumps. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Defenders from the 823rd Base Defense Squadron execute parachute landing form during Ministry of Defense parachute training at RAF Brize Norton, England, Sept. 10. They, along with French commandos of the Commando Parachutiste De l’Air No. 20, were preparing to receive a set of British Military Parachute Wings upon completion of the final jump. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Royal Air Force personal jumping instructors teach the principles of Ministry of Defence parachute training to the force protection specialists of the 823rd Base Defense Squadron, II Squadron and Commando Parachutiste De l’Air No. 20 at RAF Brize Norton, England, Sept. 10. The jump training was the last Exercise Global Eagle activity before a culminating airborne jump out of a RAF C-130J Hercules. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Staff Sgt. Jefferson Fraser, 823rd Base Defense Squadron, moves forward with his teammates from II Squadron and Commando Parachutiste De l’Air No. 20 on an assault mission during the military skills competition at Exercise Global Eagle Sept. 8 at Sennybridge Training Area, Wales. The competition also included a navigation course, contact drills and demonstration of foreign weapons proficiency. Force protection specialists from the U.S., U.K. and France worked together on combined teams to enhance their operational skills sets. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Flight Lt. Tom Smith, II Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment, gives a situation brief to Staff Sgt. Kyle Henderson, 823rd Base Defense Squadron, during an assault course on Sennybridge Training Area, Wales, Sept. 8. The assault course was part of a military skills competition, the second phase of Exercise Global Eagle – a tri-nation combined exercise among the 820th Base Defense Group, RAF Regiment and Parachutiste De l’Air. The exercise enabled force protection specialists from three different nations to learn from each other and expand their defense capabilities. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Lance Cpl. Jason Acid, Royal Air Force Regiment, keeps track of the time as a team of force protection specialists assemble and disassemble foreign weapons during the military skills phase of Exercise Global Eagle Sept. 8 at Sennybridge Training Area, Wales. This course tests force protection specialists' proficiency at successfully handling the unfamiliar, foreign weapons they may encounter on real-world missions. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Force protection specialists from the 820th Base Defense Group, Royal Air Force Regiment and French Commando Parachutiste De l’Air begin a 15-hour land navigation course at Sennybridge Training Area, Wales, Sept. 8. The land navigation course encouraged an open exchange of tactics, techniques and procedures among the participants of Exercise Global Eagle. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Force protection specialists from the 823rd Base Defense Squadron and II Squadron map out a course for a land navigation training operation at Sennybridge Training Area,Wales, Sept. 8. The second phase of Operation Global Eagle, the military skills phase, included a 15-hour land navigation course. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Two 823rd Base Defense Squadron defenders shoot L85 A2 British assault rifles Sept. 8 at Sennybridge Training Area, Wales. During this phase of Exercise Global Eagle, force protection specialists from the 820th Base Defense Group, RAF Regiment and Parachutiste De l’Air expanded their weapons knowledge by developing proficiencies in each other’s weapons systems. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Group Captain Scott Miller (far right), Royal Air Force Regiment commander, briefs Brig. Gen. Doug Cox, U.S. Air Forces Europe – United Kingdom director, and Wing Commander Phil Nicholson, senior Royal Air Force liaison officer to USAFE-UK, on the close-quarters battle drills executed by the U.S., British and French Airmen during Exercise Global Eagle Sept. 5 at the Force Protection Centre at RAF Honington, England. Flight Lt. Tom Campbell (far left), deputy training squadron commander, provided additional background information on the Force Protection Center capabilities. Cox and Nicholson took the opportunity to observe the training operation and witness the tri-nation tactics, techniques and procedures exchange. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Technical Sgt. Lee Fulp, an explosive ordnance disposal technician assigned to the 820th Base Defense Group, practices hand-to-hand combat with Senior Aircraftsman Daniel Lythgoe, Royal Air Force Regiment, while Master Sergeant Justin Greers, 823rd Base Defense Squadron, evaluates on Sept. 2 at Stanford Training Range, England. During this phase of Exercise Global Eagle, Airmen from the 820th ABG instructed their French and British counterparts on combative principles, while the RAF taught a similar concept referred to as ‘section attack.’ (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Senior Airman Romanhero Timbang, 823rd Base Defense Squadron defender, works his way through an obstacle course at Stanford Training Area, England, Sept. 1 at the start of Exercise Global Eagle. The tri-nation exercise focused on tactics, techniques and procedures exchange among American, British and French force protection units. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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Exercise Global Eagle, a combined exercise involving U.S., U.K. and French force protection specialist took place Sept. 1 through 15 at various Ministry of Defence training locations across the United Kingdom. Nine-member teams were established at the start of the event, with three members each from the 820th Base Defense Group from Moody Air Force Base, Ga., II Squadron, RAF Regiment from RAF Honington, England, and Commando Parachutiste De l’Air No. 20, Air Base 102, Dijon, France. The first phase of the exercise consisted of team-building activities. U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Joshua Scott, 823rd Base Defense Squadron, carries Royal Air Force Sgt. John Owens, II Squadron, during one of the training exercises at Stanford Training Area, England, Sept. 1. (Royal Air Force courtesy photo by Cpl. Barbara Robinson/Released)
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USAFE band holds jazz workshop, concert for South African music students

The U.S. Air Forces in Europe jazz band, Wings of Dixie, plays a song for nearly 150 music students during a free, live concert, Sept 18, 2014, at the Music Academy of Gauteng in Benoni, South Africa. In addition to the concert, the band led a music workshop to enhance the student’s’ knowledge on certain instruments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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Tech. Sgt. Chris Moore, U.S. Air Forces in Europe jazz band, Wings of Dixie sousaphonist, plays during a free, live concert at the Music Academy of Gauteng in Benoni, South Africa, Sept 18, 2014. Moore and the five other members of Wings of Dixie held a jazz workshop before playing a two-hour musical set featuring the musical styles of jazz, funk and blues. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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South African music students listen learn about music techniques from members of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe jazz band, Wings of Dixie, during a workshop prior to a free, live concert at the Music Academy of Gauteng in Benoni, South Africa, Sept 18, 2014. Wings of Dixie played a two-hour musical set featuring the musical styles of jazz, funk and blues. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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U.S. Air Forces in Europe’s Wings of Dixie jazz band guitarist Staff Sgt. Joseph Gacioch teaches and explains guitar techniques to South African music students prior to a free, live concert at the Music Academy of Gauteng in Benoni, South Africa, Sept 18, 2014. Gacioch and the five other members of Wings of Dixie played a two-hour musical set featuring the musical styles of jazz, funk and blues. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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South African music students jam alongside members of the United States Air Forces in Europe jazz band, Wings of Dixie, during a jazz workshop at the Music Academy of Gauteng in Benoni, South Africa, Sept 18, 2014. Following the workshop, Wings of Dixie played a two-hour musical set featuring the musical styles of jazz, funk and blues. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Austin M. May/Released)
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