Bennie J. Davis III
  • Partner Airlift See more “Partner Airlift” photos on Flickr Master Sgt. Brandon Nicely has a unique drive to work. Each morning, driving through the gates of the Hungarian Defense Forces Pápa Air Base, Hungary, he takes a trip back in time. Aging Soviet trucks sit behind faded, mangled fences and fighter aircraft and radar sites, reminders of […] No responses May 2, 2017
  • Insatiable Demand See more “Insatiable Demand” photos on Flickr Staff Sgt. Todd Creamer joined the Air Force to work on aircraft and travel the world. He enlisted with a guaranteed mechanical job hoping to work on fighter jets or, possibly, bombers. While at his 18-day technical training school at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, Creamer was given […] No responses April 24, 2017
  • Partners in Sight It’s a humid summer morning in Santiago de Veraguas, Republic of Panama. It’s just 8:00 a.m., but the sun is already blinding. With his daughter, Mariyloy, guiding him, Eduardo Barrera walks into the Centro Hopitalario Luis “Chicho” Fabrega. He’s nervous to hear the results of the cataract surgery performed on his left eye the previous […] No responses March 6, 2017
  • Cadet Falconers Take Flight See more “Cadet Falconers” photos on Flickr With more than 30,000 screaming fans in attendance and all eyes on her, Cadet First Class Jensen Caster walks across the U.S. Air Force Academy’s football field at half time and makes her way to the fifty-yard line. She’s ready for her moment. It’s been three years in […] No responses February 27, 2017
  • F-4 Flies for Final Time See more “F-4 Flies for Final Time” photos on Flickr As he slides his hands across the edges of the wings and walks from nose to tail, inspecting all aspects of the jet, a wave of emotion begins to hit Jim Harkins. His weathered features appear calm and determined, but they hide the tears he […] No responses February 21, 2017
  • A Beneficial Development See more “A Beneficial Development” photos on Flickr It’s game time, but Staff Sgt. Geoffrey Moshier isn’t feeling terribly confident. Despite the fact he has two fists full of cash, $3,000 in his left hand and $1,400 in his right, the self-proclaimed introvert sits awkwardly behind his U.S. Air Force display table, rehearsing his sales […] No responses January 30, 2017
  • Recipe for Success See more “Recipe for Success” photos on Flickr It’s 7 a.m. and Staff Sgt. Ma Antonette Cabantog has a case of the nerves as she walks into her new workplace. Her office: the Belle Chance, a 106-year-old Spanish Colonial Revival-style home, is nestled in the woods, 1,200 feet from the runway at Joint Base Andrews, […] No responses January 23, 2017