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Group of adults and children in black tee on the ground posing for the photograph

Dear Dream Makers and Friends,

Home to the United States Air Force’s Close Air support combat-proven A-10s and elite USAF Pararescue last Friday, in conjunction with the University of Arizona Youth Impact Program. Davis Monthan the United States Air Force Base located in Tucson, Arizona has partnered with the University of Arizona Youth Impact Program in common purpose for Tucson Community Youth leadership development in character, academics, and athletics as they too develop their men and women as leaders and contribute to the betterment of the Tucson Community.

Airmen from Davis Monthan Air FORCE Base gave access, exposure, educated and demonstrated through actions–selfless service in Air Traffic Control Capabilities which the USAF trains here for forward operating Air Force bases around the world and concurrently train exquisite dogs in the security of forwarding operating bases around the world.

The life-embedded experience for the youth showed a professional environment of Team Work, use of education, respect of authority, and missions bigger than themselves for the betterment of the squad, wing, force, and nation. It is applied with validation and execution of their ethos.

*I will always give Maximum Effort

*I will keep a positive attitude

*I will be mindful of my treatment of others

*I will support and encourage my team

*I will strive for excellence in all that I do.

We are attacking and rescuing with Davis Monthan the United States Air Force Base and Arizona Youth Impact Program!!!

Permanently Impacting Our Nation’s At-Risk, Inner-City Youth