17, American, mixed-race, AFJROTC (FL-031 TOP GUNS Baby!). Fighter planes, fast cars, Florida, and a sport or two to mix things up. Most of these pictures aren't mine, and the few that are are kinda shitty so use them whenever.
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iraq by The U.S. Army on Flickr.
iraq

Six GBU-38 munitions are dropped by a B-1B Lancer aircraft onto an insurgent torture house and prison in Northern Zambraniyah, Iraq, March 10, 2008. The munitions drop was cleared by US Air Force Senior Airman Joseph Aton, a joint terminal attack controller from Fort Hood Texas, and deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. US Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway

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iraq by The U.S. Army on Flickr.

iraq

Six GBU-38 munitions are dropped by a B-1B Lancer aircraft onto an insurgent torture house and prison in Northern Zambraniyah, Iraq, March 10, 2008. The munitions drop was cleared by US Air Force Senior Airman Joseph Aton, a joint terminal attack controller from Fort Hood Texas, and deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. US Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway

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Air strike destroys torture house (2) by taskforcemarne on Flickr.
Air strike destroys torture house (2)

US Air Force Airman 1st Class Daniel String puts his radio and gear on after a B-1B Lancer successfully dropped six 500-pound GBU-38 bombs onto an al-Qaeda torture house and prison in northern Zambraniyah, Iraq, March 10. String is a Joint Terminal Attack Controller, from Fort Drum NY, and is deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. US Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway

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Air strike destroys torture house (2) by taskforcemarne on Flickr.

Air strike destroys torture house (2)

US Air Force Airman 1st Class Daniel String puts his radio and gear on after a B-1B Lancer successfully dropped six 500-pound GBU-38 bombs onto an al-Qaeda torture house and prison in northern Zambraniyah, Iraq, March 10. String is a Joint Terminal Attack Controller, from Fort Drum NY, and is deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. US Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway

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Skills for Combat Survival and Effectiveness (Accelerated).

[1] U.S. Army Sgt. David Welter, 3-159th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion ammunition specialist, scans the range during a training exercise led by 82nd Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron joint terminal attack controllers with machine gun and rocket attacks from a U.S. Navy MH-60S Seahawk during a training exercise.

[2] A U.S. Navy MH-60S Seahawk prepares to takeoff during a training exercise led by 82nd Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron joint terminal attack controllers.

[3] Airmen assigned to the 82nd Expeditionary Air Support Operations Squadron drive a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle during a training exercise involving U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy. U.S. Air Force JTACs led training for eight U.S. Army soldiers in preparation for future missions. The weekly training is designed to teach the infantry soldiers how to properly communicate with aircraft to coordinate airstrikes in the absence of a JTAC.

(U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Vernon Young Jr, 8 JUL 2014.)