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Senior Master Sgt. Curt Robichaud, avionics section supervisor with the 103rd Maintenance Squadron, Chief Master Sgt. Greg Boswell, the component maintenance chief with the 103rd Maintenance Squadron, Master Sgt. Jonathan Shepard, aircraft fuel systems specialist with the 103rd Maintenance Squadron, Tech. Sgt. Angel Santos, machine shop supervisor with the 103rd Maintenance Squadron, Col. James Galloway, commander of the 103rd Medical Group and Tech. Sgt. Anthony Gagliardi Jr., a budget analyst with the 103rd Maintenance Group proudly display an automated external defibrillator at Bradley Air National Guard Base, East Granby, Conn., April 6, 2014. This team, along with Staff Sgt. Lisa Deskis and Staff Sgt. Andrew Jolicoeur of the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron, and Howard Coro, all three who serve as firefighters with the State Military Department, were credited with saving the life of Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Salsbury, a labor relations specialist with the Connecticut National Guard, using an AED just two days earlier here. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Erin McNamara)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Erin McNamara
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