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Desert Lightning News
January 2019
Maintainers honored at
annual awards
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Niko- laus Kosakowski, 355th Main- tenance Group, tosses a bean bag while playing corn hole April 23, 2018, during Davis- Monthan Air Force Base’s Maintenance Professional of the Year banquet at Davis- Monthan AFB. The awards ceremony was held to honor maintainers and highlight their achievements in their
Airman 1st Class Michael Beyer career fields.
M-4 qualification
U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Alex Wolters, 355th Security Forces Squadron combat arms train- ing and maintenance instructor NCO officer in charge, has the sights adjusted on his M-4 car- bine April 13, 2018, at Davis- Monthan Air Force Base. CATM instructors ensure the safe and effective operation of a variety of weapon systems and ensure D-M Airmen are qualified and deployment ready.
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D-M holds annual Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony
Airmen from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base discuss the events of the Holocaust April 23, 2018, during the Davis-Monthan AFB annual Cultural Awareness Festival at Davis-Monthan AFB. The tent set up for Holocaust remembrance included information on specific aspects of the Holocaust such as stories of survivors, those who died and the heroic actions of people who risked their lives, and the lives of their families, to protect those being persecuted.
Staff Sgt. Jaye Legate

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