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Attack Wing recognizes reenlistments during Feb. drill: Tech. Sgt. Eliades

Lt. Col. John Dunn, 111th Attack Wing medical group commander, presents Master Sgt. Christopher Eliades, 111th ATKW medical group, with a coin in recognition of his six-year reenlistment commitment while Staff Sgt. Jovan Tate, 111th ATKW Education and Training Office, stands by to give Eliades a gift that is presented to those who reenlist for the full six years, Feb. 8, 2015, Horsham Air Guard Station, Pa. The new reenlistment recognition program was initiated by the National Guard Bureau with recruiting squadrons and education and training offices, a combined force known as the strength retention team, implementing the program.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria J. Allmond/Release)

Lt. Col. John Dunn, 111th Attack Wing medical group commander, presents Master Sgt. Christopher Eliades, 111th ATKW medical group, with a coin in recognition of his six-year reenlistment commitment while Staff Sgt. Jovan Tate, 111th ATKW Education and Training Office, stands by to give Eliades a gift that is presented to those who reenlist for the full six years, Feb. 8, 2015, Horsham Air Guard Station, Pa. The new reenlistment recognition program was initiated by the National Guard Bureau with recruiting squadrons and education and training offices, a combined force known as the strength retention team, implementing the program.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria J. Allmond/Release)