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Posted 10/4/2010   Updated 10/4/2010 Email story   Print story

    

10/4/2010 - Gen. Stephen Lorenz departed from Maxwell Base Operations Sept. 27 after one of his final visits to Air University as AETC commander. Gen. Lorenz was at Air University to speak to a joint session of Air War College and Air Command and Staff College students. On hand to salute Gen. Lorenz as he departed were enlisted and officer Airmen of every rank from Airman Basic to Lieutenant General. Included were (left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Brye McMillon, Senior Master Sgt. Mauree Powell, Master Sgt. James Browning, Airman 1st Class Kevin Lee, Airman Herbert Dubois and Airman Tsering Dhondup. Not shown but also included in the departure formation were Lt. Gen. Allen Peck, Maj. Gen. Robert Kane, Brig. Gen. Terry Djuric, Col. Chris Sharpe, Lt. Col. Gregory Endris, Maj. Jeremy Lushnat, Capt. Jeremy Millar, 1st Lt. Asim Khan, 2nd Lt. Melissa Edwards, Senior Airman Tania Michael, Staff Sgt. Paul Lindsey and Tech. Sgt. Jason St. Peter. (Air Force photo/Melanie Rodgers Cox)



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