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Chief Master Sgt. Wing Ng standing in front of an F-15A at Otis ANGB
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102nd Intelligence Wing commander Col. Virginia I. Gaglio signs declaration as Airmen look on.
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Airman cuts branch with chainsaw from fallen pine tree.
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Civil Engineers listen to an instructor while repairing a damaged airfield at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.
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Congressman William Keating, UMass Chancellor Robert E. Johnson, 102nd Intelligence Wing Commander Virginia I. Gaglio and Dean of the UMass Dartmouth's College of Engineering Dr. Jean VanderGheynst stand next to each other smiling for the camera.
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Congressman William Keating, UMass Chancellor Robert E. Johnson, 102nd Intelligence Wing Commander Virginia I. Gaglio and Dean of the UMass Dartmouth's College of Engineering Dr. Jean VanderGheynst stand next to each other smiling for the camera.
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Inspector in OCP uniform holding and writing on notepad
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Col. Virginia Gaglio official photo.
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Photo of Captain Paul L. Utz, a navigator on an F-101B Voodoo assigned to then, Otis Air Force Base, Mass., was killed when his aircraft crashed on March 21, 1968.
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Master Sgts. Pat Ryan and Robert Segrin pose with Captain Paul L. Utz’s stein, which was found after five decades during a building renovation project. Both Airmen were instrumental in the return of the stein to Utz’s family.
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Retired Col. Martin Richard and his son Rylan pose with the family of Captain Paul L. Utz and his cherished stein, returned after being lost for five decades after his passing.
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A ceramic stein belonging to Capt. Paul L. Utz, F-101B Voodoo navigator and radar officer assigned to the 60th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Otis Air Force Base, Mass. who was killed when his aircraft crashed on March 21, 1968. The stein was discovered five decades after his death during a building renovation and returned to his family.
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A ceramic stein belonging to Capt. Paul L. Utz, F-101B Voodoo navigator and radar officer assigned to the 60th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Otis Air Force Base, Mass. who was killed when his aircraft crashed on March 21, 1968. The stein was discovered five decades after his death during a building renovation and returned to his family.
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A ceramic stein belonging to Capt. Paul L. Utz, F-101B Voodoo navigator and radar officer assigned to the 60th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Otis Air Force Base, Mass. who was killed when his aircraft crashed on March 21, 1968. The stein was discovered five decades after his death during a building renovation and returned to his family.
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Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, director of the Air National Guard sits at a board table with 102nd Intelligence Wing leadership.
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Leaders of the Otis Microgrid project pose for a photo following the ribbon cutting ceremony.
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