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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Airmen from the 11th Security Forces Group recover after being sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum during familiarization training June 14, 2012 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a  tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a  tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Staff Sgt. Eston Todman, 11th Security Forces Group patrolman, recovers after being sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Officer Laroy Hinton, Department of the Air Force Police, washes off Oleoresin Capsicum Spray during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Staff Sgt. Michael Brewer, 11th Security Forces Group patrolman, washes Oleoresin Capsicum Spray from his face after being sprayed for familiarization training June 14, 2012 at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Staff Sgt. Robert Holmes helps SSgt. Richard Carillo (both 11th Security Forces Group patrolmen) wash Oleoresin Capsicum Spray from his face June 14, 2012, during familiarization training at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Senior Airman Marixsa Chicas, 11th Security Forces Group member, reacts to being sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum Spray during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released))
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

11th Security Forces Group Airmen, Tech Sgt. Luster Raglin and Airman 1st Class Steven Curry escort Staff Sgt. Anthony Fair to an eye wash station after he was sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Staff Sgt. Sandy Dulac, of the 11th Security Force Group, reacts to being sprayed with Oleoresin Capsicum Spray during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Staff Sgt. Matthew Rinhart, 11th Security Forces Group trainer, sprays Staff Sgt. Sandy Dulac, 11 SFG member, with Oleoresin Capsicum Spray during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Senior Airman John Augon, 11th Security Forces Squadron member, takes a dose of Oleoresin Capsicum Spray to the face during familiarization training, June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'
OC training brings 'a tear to your eye'

Senior Airman Nathan Ober, 11th Security Forces Squadron response force leader, takes a dose of Oleoresin Capsicum Spray during familiarization training June 14, 2012, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Security forces Airman are exposed to OC spray prior to being certified to carry it so they are aware of its affects on whomever they spray, as well as themselves. OC spray is an extremely effective less-than-lethal tool that can be utilized to quell a situation without having to otherwise resort to lethal force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Perry Aston)(Released)
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Posted: 6/20/2012

Joint Service Open HouseJoint Service Open House
Joint Service Open House

The CAS ACU-130 gunship that currently hovers over troops to provide aerial protection has its own call sign painted on the side. Walking around the 2012 Joint Service Open House on Joint Base Andrews, Md., May 18 – 20, guests get an eclectic view of military aviation. There is one thing that they many of them have in common – unique paint jobs that dress each of them individually. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tabitha N. Haynes)
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Posted: 5/20/2012

    

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