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Tech. Sgt. Jamie Debbrecht, a controller at Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations Command, Control and Communication section, participates in a mental health resiliency session at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 11, 2022. Debbrecht is deployed from the 512th Memorial Affairs Squadron at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Staff Sgt. Brianna Dedeaux, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations mental health technician, leads a discussion focused around goal visualization at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 11, 2022. Dedeaux is deployed from the 355th Medical Group, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Tech. Sgt. Toriano Baker, a departures specialist at Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations, participates in a mental health resiliency session at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Jan. 11, 2022. Baker is deployed from the 315th Force Support Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Chap. (Maj.) Matthew Knight, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations senior military chaplain, briefs a group of chaplains during a dignified transfer training at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Dec. 13, 2021. Training is designed to prepare the chaplains for providing support to families of the fallen who travel to Dover to witness the dignified transfer of their loved one. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Chap. (Maj.) Matthew Knight, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations senior military chaplain, briefs chaplains during a training session on the dignified transfer process at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Dec. 13, 2021. The focus of the training is for chaplains to gain a better understanding of what a dignified transfer looks like and how they will care for families if they are called to assist with providing support. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Chaplains, serving with the Navy, Marine, and Air Force units observe a dignified transfer movement from the families perspective during a dignified transfer training at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Dec. 13, 2021. The focus of the training was to prepare chaplains in the event they are ever called to support families at Dover or in their home units. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Staff Sgt. Alyssa Day, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations public affairs specialist, poses with her husband Staff Sgt. Spencer Day, 436th Security Forces Squadron, holding her Fiscal Year 2022 Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program-Active Duty Scholarship recipient letter in the AFMAO atrium Dec. 25, 2021. AFMAO leadership coordinated with Day’s husband who was working Christmas day to surprise her with the notification of her selection. Day will attend Arizona State University, and upon finishing her degree will attend Officer Training School. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christin Michaud)
Staff Sgt. Alyssa Day, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations public affairs specialist, listens as Col. Chip Hollinger, AFMAO commander, reads a memorandum announcing her selection for the Dec. 25, 2021 in the AFMAO atrium notifying her selection as a Fiscal Year 2022 Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program-Active Duty Scholarship recipient. Day will attend Arizona State University, and upon finishing her degree will attend Officer Training School. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christin Michaud)
Col. Chip Hollinger, (right) Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations commander and Chief Master Sgt. Bobby Drayton, AFMAO senior enlisted leader, surprise Staff Sgt. Jacob Jones, AFMAO unit deployment manager, at his home Dec. 23, 2021, to notify him of his selection for promotion under the Stripes of Exceptional Performers program. Jones was promoted to the rank of Tech. Sgt., effective Dec. 10, 2021. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
Col. Chip Hollinger, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Bobby Drayton, AFMAO senior enlisted leader, pose with now Tech. Sgt. Jacob Jones, AFMAO unit deployment manager, Dec. 23, 2021. Hollinger and Drayton, along with the AFMAO Readiness and Plans staff surprised Jones’ at his home to notify him of his selection for promotion under the Stripes of Exceptional Performers program. Jones was promoted to the rank of Tech. Sgt., effective Dec. 10, 2021. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jason Minto)
From beginning to AFMAO - C3 coordinates the return of fallen service members
From beginning to AFMAO - C3 coordinates the return of fallen service members
From beginning to AFMAO - C3 coordinates the return of fallen service members
Airman of Note: AFMAO Airman shares musical talent with team
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery
AFMAO lays wreaths at Arlington National Cemetery