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33rd FW Airman

Senior Airman Markese Buckholtz, the 58th FS aviation resource manager, sits at his desk at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., March 30. Buckholtz will be attending Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz., as part of the Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program. After spending a little over two years in the enlisted force, Buckholtz hopes to commission as an officer after receiving his degree and fly aircraft such as the F-35A Lightning II. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Andrea Posey)
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Posted: 4/27/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Maj. Michael McFall, 96th Medical Group pathologist, looks through a microscope to study a patient’s tissue April 21 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Pathologists examine patient tissue to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Maj. Michael McFall, 96th Medical Group pathologist, examines stained human tissue April 14 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. McFall examines the patient’s tissue to look for abnormalities before cutting samples to examine under a high-powered microscope. Histology technicians process the tissue and transfer it to the glass slides pathologist study to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Maj. Michael McFall, 96th Medical Group pathologist, rinses tissue for examination April 14 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. McFall examines the patient’s tissue to look for abnormalities before cutting samples to examine under a high-powered microscope. Histology technicians process the tissue and transfer it to the glass slides pathologist study to make the patient’s diagnosis.
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Maj. Michael McFall, 96th Medical Group pathologist, examines a human organ April 14 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. McFall examines the patient’s tissue to look for abnormalities before cutting samples to examine under a high-powered microscope. Histology technicians process the tissue and transfer it to the glass slides pathologist study to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

A hardened wax block of patient tissue sits ready to be processed March 30 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Histology technicians slice the wax blocks of patient tissue to form thin ribbons and transfer them onto microscopic glass slides. The glass slides are studied by pathologists to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Airman 1st Class Emily Bodden, 96th Medical Group histology technician, embeds patient tissue into a mold March 30 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Bodden places the tissue to ensure a good sample before using paraffin wax to stabilize the tissue. After the tissue is processed it is transferred to glass slides and studied by pathologists to make patients’ diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Airman 1st Class Emily Bodden, 96th Medical Group histology technician, places a thin ribbon of patient tissue in a water bath March 30 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Bodden places the tissue into the water bath to transfer them onto a microscopic glass slide. The glass slides are studied by pathologists to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Patient tissue in numbered wax blocks sit ready to be sliced March 30 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Histology technicians slice the wax blocks of patient tissue to form thin ribbons that are transferred onto microscopic glass slides. The glass slides are studied by pathologists to make the patient’s diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Pathology lab processes tissue

Airman 1st Class Emily Bodden, 96th Medical Group histology technician, slices a wax block of patient tissue March 30 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Bodden slices the tissue in thin ribbons to transfer them onto a microscopic glass slide. The glass slides are studied by pathologists to make patients’ diagnosis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Posted: 4/25/2016

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Stinger away

An FIM-92 Stinger missile is fired downrange from the Army's new multi-mission launcher tube at the Eglin Air Force Base range March 23. The 96th Test Wing hosted the Army’s Stinger Based Systems and Raytheon to demonstrate the new launch platform’s capabilities on Eglin’s ranges. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/28/2016

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Stinger away

An FIM-92 Stinger missile is fired downrange from the Army's new multi-mission launcher tube at the Eglin Air Force Base range March 23. The 96th Test Wing hosted the Army’s Stinger Based Systems and Raytheon to demonstrate the new launch platform’s capabilities on Eglin’s ranges. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/28/2016

    

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