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Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

A contract worker injects a sealer into one of the expansion joints of the runway at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The Dobbins runway was closed for the entire month of July so the contracted workers could perform expansion joint reconditioning and make concrete repairs to the 57 year old runway. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Posted: 6/27/2013

Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

A contract worker checks the centerline expansion joint in the runway at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The Dobbins runway was closed for the entire month of July so the contracted workers could perform expansion joint reconditioning and make concrete repairs to the 57 year old runway. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Posted: 6/27/2013

Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

The runway barrier arrester equipment contained in one of the runway barrier housings at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The closing of the F-22 Raptor production at Lockheed Aeronautics and the end of the fighter?s operations on the Dobbins runway brought an end to the cost effective use of a fighter aircraft barrier system on the base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

Workers discuss how to proceed on removing the aircraft barrier equipment from one of the runway barrier housings at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The closing of the F-22 Raptor production at Lockheed Aeronautics and the end of the fighter?s operations on the Dobbins runway brought an end to the cost effective use of a fighter aircraft barrier system on the base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

A Worker chips away mortar after removing a concrete slab forming the roof on one of the runway barrier housings at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The closing of the F-22 Raptor production at Lockheed Aeronautics and the end of the fighter?s operations on the Dobbins runway brought an end to the cost effective use of a fighter aircraft barrier system on the base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

Workers consider how to remove another concrete slab forming the roof on one of the runway barrier housings at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The closing of the F-22 Raptor production at Lockheed Aeronautics and the end of the fighter?s operations on the Dobbins runway brought an end to the cost effective use of a fighter aircraft barrier system on the base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Runway RepairRunway Repair
Runway Repair

Workers lift a concrete slab forming the roof on one of the runway barrier housings at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Jul. 25. The closing of the F-22 Raptor production at Lockheed Aeronautics and the end of the fighter?s operations on the Dobbins runway brought an end to the cost effective use of a fighter aircraft barrier system on the base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Brad Fallin)
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Posted: 6/27/2013

The message says it allThe message says it all
The message says it all

A message displayed on the Dobbins Air Reserve Base operations marquee for Lt. Col. Walther W. Koelln, 94th Airlift Wing chief of wing safety after his fini-flight June 3. Koelln, a master navigator with a combination of more than 4,800 flying hours in both KC-135 and C-130 aircraft retires with 33 years of honorable service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek) (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek)
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Posted: 6/25/2013

The teamThe team
The team

Crew members and support teams from the 94th Operations Group stand with Lt. Col. Walther W. Koelln after completing his fini-flight on Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. June 3. Koelln, a master navigator with a combination of more than 4,800 flying hours in both KC-135 and C-130 aircraft retires with 33 years of honorable service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek)
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Posted: 6/25/2013

Ice bucket downloadIce bucket download
Ice bucket download

MSgt Charles G. Lee, 700th Airlift Squadron loadmaster empties the traditional fini-flight water bucket over Lt. Col. Walther W. Koelln, 94th Airlift Wing chief of wing safety, as he completes his final flight in the C-130 Hercules at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. June 3. Koelln, a master navigator with a combination of more than 4,800 flying hours in both KC-135 and C-130 aircraft retires with 33 years of honorable service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek)
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Posted: 6/25/2013

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Master Sgt. Charles G. Lee, 700th Airlift Squadron loadmaster empties the traditional fini-flight water bucket over Lt. Col. Walther W. Koelln, 94th Airlift Wing chief of wing safety, as he completes his final flight in the C-130 Hercules at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. June 3. Koelln, a master navigator with a combination of more than 4,800 flying hours in both KC-135 and C-130 aircraft retires with 33 years of honorable service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek)
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Posted: 6/25/2013

Getting hosedGetting hosed
Getting hosed

Roxann Koelln, wife of Lt. Col. Walther W. Koelln, 94th Airlift Wing chief of wing safety, with assistance from the Dobbins Fire Department hoses down her husband as he completes his final flight in the C-130 Hercules at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Ga. June 3. Koelln, a master navigator with a combination of more than 4,800 flying hours in both KC-135 and C-130 aircraft retires with 33 years of honorable service. (U.S. Air Force photo/Don Peek)
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Posted: 6/25/2013

    

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