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DJIBOUTI - U.S. Air Force Colonel Michael D. Morelock, 449th Air Expeditionary Group commander, looks at the instrument panel of a Djiboutian aircraft during a tour May 25, 2011 to the Djiboutian Air Force (DJAF) hangar. This was the first visit between Morelock and the DJAF leadership. The purpose of the visit was to establish a lasting relationship between the Air Forces at the leadership and technician level, enabling the airmen to interact and exchange ideas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sergeant Dawn M. Price)
DJIBOUTI - U.S. Air Force Colonel Michael D. Morelock, 449th Air Expeditionary Group commander, looks at the instrument panel of a Djiboutian aircraft during a tour May 25, 2011 to the Djiboutian Air Force (DJAF) hangar. This was the first visit between Morelock and the DJAF leadership. The purpose of the visit was to establish a lasting relationship between the Air Forces at the leadership and technician level, enabling the airmen to interact and exchange ideas. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sergeant Dawn M. Price)
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