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Posted 3/9/2012   Updated 3/9/2012 Email story   Print story

    

3/9/2012 - From left, Lt. Gen. David Fadok, commander and president of the Air University, Col. Brian Killough, commander of the 42nd Air Base Wing, and Capt. Charles Stallings of the 42nd Medical Group, the Air Force Assistance Fund coordinator, sign pledges in Fadok's office Tuesday. The AFAF campaign on Maxwell-Gunter runs until April 13. AFAF supports four charities whose benefits are only available to those in the Air Force family – the Air Force Aid Society, Air Force Village, Air Force Enlisted Village and the Gen. and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation. See your AFAF unit representative to contribute. (Air Force photo/Sarah Byrd)



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