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Native American Heritage Month: TSgt. Shaylee Reyes: Creating a beautiful future

Tech. Sgts. Shaylee and Nicky Reyes partner to share their heritage with their three children. Shaylee is from the Shoshone-Bannock tribe located on Fort Hall, Idaho, and Nicky is from a small tribe in California called Qahuilla. She serves as an aeromedical evacuation flight instructor with the 375th AE squadron, and he is assigned to the 375th Medical Operations Group. They both plan to return to Fort Hall to help improve the health conditions there upon completing their military service obligations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Petitt)

PHOTO BY: Karen Petitt
VIRIN: 211102-F-NB484-013.JPG
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NIKON D700

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N/A

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22/10

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10/1600

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200

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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