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Change of Command
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Florida Reserve Citizen Airmen partner with American Red Cross to teach children disaster preparedness
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920th Mission Support Group Change of Command
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Col. Ian Chase (left), 920th Rescue Wing vice commander, passes the 920th Mission Support Group’s flag to Lt. Col. Adolph Rodriguez, symbolizing the passing of responsibility during an assumption of command, July 14, 2018, at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jared Trimarchi)
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LIEUTENANT COLONEL ADOLPH S. RODRIGUEZ JR.
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Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 301st Rescue Squadron supported the successful launch of a Spacex Falcon 9 rocket Friday June 29. The launch of the Falcon 9 marked its fifteenth Commercial Resupply Services mission  at 5:42:42 a.m. EDT, from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. This unmanned mission brought supplies and instruments as well as a floating robotic head called CIMON, which stands for Crew Interactive Mobile Companion. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Cathleen Snow)
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Air Force veteran Stacey Pavenski, center, 46, of Palm Bay, Florida, walks on the beach with her therapy dog, Memphis Belle. Pavenski is on a journey to bring awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injury disorders that lead 22 veterans a day to take their own lives. Her husband Air Force Master Sgt. Pete Pavenski took his own life Sept. 18, 2018. To help with the healing process, Pavenski joined forces with Mission 22, a non-profit organization, to put together a PTSD 3K walk-run on Florida’s Space Coast during PTSD Awareness Month June 30. Approximately 300 people registered for the walk. (Courtesy Malcolm Denmark)
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Air Force veteran Stacey Pavenski, 46, of Palm Bay, Florida, is on a journey to bring awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injury disorders that lead 22 veterans a day to take their own lives. Her husband Air Force Master Sgt. Pete Pavenski took his own life Sept. 18, 2018. Joining forces with various organizations that provide assistance, Stacey is sharing her story during PTSD Awareness Month and getting the resources out there. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Cathleen Snow)
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During a training mission, Air Force Reserve Master Sgt. Peter Pavenski, HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter aerial gunner, 920th Rescue Wing here, assists pararescuemen with boarding the helicopter by lowering a rope ladder and guiding them while they climb from the Banana River next to Patrick Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Leslie Kraushaar)
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With 10 years serving on active duty and another 10 serving in the Air Force Reserve as an aerial gunner, Master Sgt. Pete Pavenski saw a lot of action. He performed duties in the back of a combat-search-and-rescue helicopter where he took part in dangerous rescue missions on the battlefield, saving the lives of an untold amount of injured servicemembers. But the missions got to him. He took his own life Sept. 18, 2017. (Courtesy photo)
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With 10 years serving on active duty and another 10 serving in the Air Force Reserve as an aerial gunner, Master Sgt. Pete Pavenski saw a lot of action. He performed duties in the back of a combat-search-and-rescue helicopter where he took part in dangerous rescue missions on the battlefield, saving the lives of an untold amount of injured servicemembers. But the missions got to him. He took his own life Sept. 18, 2017. (Courtesy photo)
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Air Force veteran Stacey Pavenski, 46, of Palm Bay, Florida, has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, but she didn’t get it from serving in combat. It came from her husband’s combat struggles that drove him to take his own life in their bedroom, Sept. 18, 2017, while she was in the kitchen. He was 45. 
That fateful day has led her on a journey to bring awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injury disorders that lead 22 veterans a day to take their own lives. Joining forces with Mission 22, a non-profit organization, she has put together a PTSD 3K walk-run on Florida’s Space Coast during PTSD Awareness Month. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Cathleen Snow)
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Air Force veteran Stacey Pavenski, 46, of Palm Bay, Florida, is on a journey to bring awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injury disorders that lead 22 veterans a day to take their own lives. Joining forces with Mission 22, a non-profit organization, she has put together a PTSD 3K walk-run on Florida’s Space Coast during PTSD Awareness Month. Stacey’s PTSD 3K walk-run will take place, Saturday, June 30 at 4 p.m. starting at Tables Beach, a quarter-of-a-mile north of 2nd Light Beach on State Road A1A in Cocoa Beach, Fla., across from Patrick Air Force Base. The walk will proceed north.  All are welcome. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Cathleen Snow)
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Air Force veteran Stacey Pavenski, 46, of Palm Bay, Florida, is on a journey to bring awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injury disorders that lead 22 veterans a day to take their own lives. Her husband Air Force Master Sgt. Pete Pavenski took his own life Sept. 18, 2018. Joining forces with Mission 22, a non-profit organization, Stacey has put together a PTSD 3K walk-run on Florida’s Space Coast during PTSD Awareness Month. Stacey’s PTSD 3K walk-run will take place, Saturday, June 30 at 4 p.m. starting at Tables Beach, a quarter-of-a-mile north of 2nd Light Beach on State Road A1A in Cocoa Beach, Fla., across from Patrick Air Force Base. The walk will proceed north.  All are welcome. (U.S. Air Force photo by Maj. Cathleen Snow)
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Master Sgt. William Posch, 36, Indialantic, Florida, was a seasoned Air Force Reserve pararescuemen assigned to the 308th Rescue Squadron providing combat rescue support for Inherent Resolve when he and seven Airmen were killed in an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crash in Anbar Province, Iraq, March 15, 2018. Loved ones and fellow Reserve Citizen Airmen paid respects as Master Sgt. William Posch was laid to rest with full military honors at Florida Memorial Gardens Thursday, June 21. This photo was taken after he was recognized In 2013 as one of the Air Force’s 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year, which was one of his  many achievements. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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Master Sgt. William Posch, shown left, 36, Indialantic, Florida, and Staff Sgt. Carl Enis, shown right, 31, Tallahassee, Florida, were pararescuemen assigned to the 308th Rescue Squadron, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, providing combat rescue support for Inherent Resolve when they were among 7 Airmen killed in an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crash in Anbar Province, Iraq, March 15, 2018. Shown is part of a display at a memorial service held at Patrick Air Force Base March 27, 2018. (U.S. Air Force photo)
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