Col. Shanon Anderson, 436th Airlift Wing vice commander, signs the Sexual Assault Awareness Month proclamation at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, April 1, 2022. Anderson, along with other Dover AFB senior leaders, signed the proclamation to support SAAM in April. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. J.D. Strong II)

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C-5M crew offloads cargo
512th Airlift Wing
June 5, 2024 | 0:31
A crew of 512th Airlift Wing reservists offload cargo from a C-5M Super Galaxy aircraft at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, June 5, 2024. The crew offloaded equipment to be used for the future transport of a historical aircraft inbound to an aviation museum. (U.S. Air Force video by Senior Airman John Rossi)
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"I received a phone call on the night of 9/11 from the Air Force who put me on orders to report to Andrews Air Force Base, Md. I was to provide chaplain assistant support to the chaplains who responded to the Pentagon attack. I worked at the family assistance center in Crystal City, Md., where families came to find out about their missing loved ones. I was an escort. The Sept. 11 attacks continue to impact my life today." - Master Sgt. Stephen Prasser, 512th Airlift Wing chaplain assistant "I was at Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Within 24 hours, I was deployed to McGuire AFB, N.J., and then on to Dover AFB Mortuary Affairs. It changed my worldview, solidified my commitment to the Air Force and drew me closer to God and family." - Capt. Kimberly Willis, 512th Airlift Wing chaplain "I was a traditional reservist in maintenance at the time. Because of 9/11, I was activated due to the increase in ops tempo. I remember how everyone came together and there was such a sense of unity countrywide." - Tech. Sgt. Donavan Brown, 512th Airlift Wing chaplain assistant

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