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Gunnery Sgt. Nicholas Brundige, Assistant Marine Corps funeral director, Marine Headquarters Barracks, Washington, D.C., salutes the flag draged casket containing the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton, as it moves down the conveyor belt after arriving at Will Rogers World Airport November 14, 2017, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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American flags wave against the sunset as members of the Oklahoma Patriot Guard Riders prepare to escort the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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A Marine Corps carry team transfers the remains of Marine Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Keaton was killed Dec. 7, 1941, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
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Red light bathes the faces of Marines from Rocket Battery F, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division as they salute the hearst carrying the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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A member of the Oklahoma Patriot Guard Riders salutes the hearst as it drives past to retrieve the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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A Delta Airlines Boeing 737 carrying the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton is sprayed with water in a symbolic water-cannon salute as the aircraft arrived November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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1st Sgt. Kerwin Williams, Marine Corps Honor Guard team leader, right, stands stoically against a colorful Oklahoma sky with members of the Oklahoma Patriot Riders in the background as they await the plane carrying the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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Phil Lutes, an Oklahoma Patriot Rider, carries an American flag while shaking the hand of Marine Corporal David Korn, electro-optical ordnance repair technician, prior to the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton arriving in Oklahoma November 14, 2017, Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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1st Sgt. Kerwin Williams, Marine Corps Honor Guard team leader, left, leads a mixed formation of Marines and a lone sailor in saluting as the remains of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton leave the Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Nov. 14, 2017.
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Sandra Lewis, the niece of Marine Corps Pvt. Vernon Paul Keaton wipes tears away after speaking with Gunnery Sgt. Nicholas Brundige, Assistant Marine Corps funeral director, Marine Headquarters Barracks, Washington, D.C., speaks with , in a secluded section of Will Rogers World Airport November 14, 2017, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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The North American B-45A Tornado shown during an early test flight from Muroc Dry Lake in California. B-45A model can be distinguished by the two-place cockpit under one single Plexiglas canopy.
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72nd Air Base Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Melissa Erb, Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate Kaylee Anderson, Susan Still and 72nd Air Base Wing Commander Col. Kenyon Bell gather after a story-telling event for Domestic Violence Awareness Month featured Ms. Still and her account of her own harrowing experiences.
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Susan Still, a women's rights activist and keynote speaker on domestic violence, gave her first-hand account of being a survivor of physical and emotional abuse during a Domestic Violence Awareness Month Storyteller event.
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Chief Master Sgt. Paul Thomas, superintendent of the 72nd Medical Group, was the guest speaker at the Community College of the Air Force Graduation held in the Tinker Club Oct. 27.
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Tinker's Community College of the Air Force Graduation ceremony recognized 126 graduates receiving 130 diplomas, with four Airmen earning more than one degree.
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A group of senior leaders from across Tinker show their support for the Combined Federal Campaign. This year’s workplace charity campaign runs through Dec. 15.
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