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A U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor approaches a KC-10 Extender from the 9th Air Refueling Squadron based out of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., to receive in-flight refueling during exercise Northern Edge 2017, May 4, 2017. NE17 is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services.
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The U.S. team makes its only goal against the Canadians during the 23rd annual Canada USA Hockey Classic.  Canada dominates with a 8-1 win.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kimberly D. Burke)
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Canada wins the 23rd annual Western Air Defense Sector's Canada USA Hockey Classic 8-1.  Team Canada players are Todd Rose #5, Kenneth Mui #8, Curtis Berkman #12, Marcelo Plada #14, Richard Martin #4, Gilles Turgeon #13, Brian Berkman #16, Brian Kynaston #2, Brandon Berkman #15, and Lillian Gebhardt #30.  

Team USA players are Mike Delany #10,  Bryan Bein #2, Chris Pavel #12, Nick Wysong #9, Matt Berube #11, Christopher LaCour #5, James Bandy #3, Sean Leffler #7, Seth Beattie #4,  John Austin #1, Ty Henrichsmeyer #29, Diego Acevedo Veloza #14, Aaron Andrews #8, and Jason Muller #6.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kimberly D. Burke)
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Canada wins the 23rd annual Western Air Defense Sector's Canada USA Hockey Classic 8-1.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kimberly D. Burke)
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Col Gregor J. Leist, Western Air Defense Sector commander and Lt. Col. Matt Wappler, Canadian Detachment commander, drop the puck for the start of the 23rd annual Canada USA Hockey Classic.  Canada dominated with an 8-1 win.
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Canada wins the 23rd annual Canada USA Hockey Classic 8-1.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kimberly D. Burke)
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Canada wins the 23rd annual Western Air Defense Sector's Canada USA Hockey Classic 8-1.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Kimberly D. Burke)
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The 2nd Canadian Air Division Commander’s Unit Commendation citiation is presented to the Western Air Defense Sector during the Canadian Mess Dinner April 7 for providing critical live and virtual training to Canadian aerospace controllers from the 51 Aerospace Control and Warning (Operational Training) Squadron from North Bay, Ontario.
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During the annual WADS Canadian Mess Dinner, Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane (middle-right), 2nd Canadian Air Division commander, presents Col. Gregor J. Leist (middle-left), Western Air Defense Sector commander, with the 2nd CAD Commander’s Unit Commendation.  Canadian Lt. Col. Matt Wappler (right), WADS Canadian Detachment commander, nominated WADS for consistently providing critical live and virtual training to Canadian aerospace controllers from the 51 Aerospace Control and Warning (Operational Training) Squadron located at North Bay, Ontario. (Courtesy photo by Conrad Neumann III)
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Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane (second from left), 2nd Canadian Air Division commander and Canadian Lt. Col. Matt Wappler (second from right), Western Air Defense Sector Canadian Detachment commander, are led by bagpiper Van Bradley symbolizing the start of the Canadian Mess Dinner.  The annual dinner marked the 93rd anniversary of the formation of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).  At the end of the night, Cochrane formally recognized WADS with the 2nd CAD Commander’s Unit Commendation for providing critical live and virtual training to Canadian aerospace controllers from the 51 Aerospace Control and Warning (Operational Training) Squadron located in North Bay, Ontario. (Courtesy photo by Conrad Neumann III)
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Col. Gregor J. Leist, Western Air Defense Sector commander, passes the port to Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane, 2nd Canadian Air Division commander, during the annual Canadian Mess Dinner marking the 93rd anniversary of the formation of the Royal Canadian Air Force.  The manner in which the port is passed is military service specific.  In case of the Air Force, the port never touches the table to symbolize flight.  The port is used for all of the official toasts during the Mess Dinner.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane, 2nd Canadian Air Division commander, pass the port to Canadian Lt. Col. Matt Wappler, Wester Air Defense Sector Canadian Detachment commander, during the annual Canadian Mess Dinner marking the 93rd anniversary of the formation of the Royal Canadian Air Force.  The manner in which the port is passed is military service specific.  In case of the Air Force, the port never touches the table to symbolize flight.  The port is used for all of the official toasts during the Mess Dinner.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane, 2nd Canadian Air Division commander, is greeted upon landing by 62nd Airlift Wing and Western Air Defense Sector leadership April 6.  As part of Cochrane’s official visit to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, he received a WADS mission briefing and operations floor tour prior to his attendance as the guest speaker for the WADS Canadian Detachment’s annual Mess Dinner marking the 93rd anniversary of the formation of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Pictured from left to right: Canadian Warrant Officer Rick Martin, WADS Canadian Detachment, Canadian Capt. Robert Bell, WADS Canadian Detachment, Canadian Lt. Col. Matt Wappler, WADS Canadian Detachment commander, Col. Gregor Leist, WADS commander and Col. Leonard Kosinski, 62nd Airlift Wing commander, Canadian Brig. Gen. David Cochrane, 2nd CAD commander, and Canadian Capt. Brian Noel, 2nd CAD commander executive assistant.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, Director of the Air National Guard, recognizes 
Master Sgt. Daniel Raile, 225th Support Squadron, for his key contributions to the maintenance and operations of the WADS' power plant.  Rice spent the day visiting two Washington Air National Guard units:  the Western Air Defense Sector at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the 194th Wing at Camp Murray. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, Director of the Air National Guard, recognizes 
Master Sgt. Dawn Kloos, 225th Air Defense Group, for recently being named the First Air Force First Sergeant of the Year.  Rice spent the day visiting two Washington Air National Guard units:  the Western Air Defense Sector at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the 194th Wing at Camp Murray. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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Lt. Gen. L. Scott Rice, Director of the Air National Guard, recognizes Capt. Peter Hickman, 225th Air Defense Squadron, for recently being named a U.S. Air Force Weapons School Top Graduate and First Air Force Command and Control Warrior of the Year.  Rice spent the day visiting two Washington Air National Guard units:  the Western Air Defense Sector at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the 194th Wing at Camp Murray. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kimberly D. Burke)
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