Maj. Bradley Vance, Capt. Justin Dulworth and Capt. Jimmy Westervelt, with Tinker Fire and Emergency Services, were all some of the first responders to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on Apr. 19, 1995. Running on adrenaline and pure instinct, the men's main focus was just to help in any way they could in search and recovery and decontamination processes. They are the last three full-time firefighters at Tinker who responded to the disaster. Here, they are pictured with a piece of granite from the Murrah building which is displayed in front of Fire Station 1. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kelly White)

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
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