Forty Airmen earned associate degrees from Community College of the Air Force

Tech Sgt. Jennafer Sawyer receives the Pitsenbarger Scholarship on June 15 from Air and Space Forces Association Wright Memorial Chapter during the Community College of the Air Force Spring 2022 graduation ceremony at the National Museum of the Air Force. The scholarship is a cash award to be used in the continuation of education beyond the associate degree level. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

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Tech Sgt. Jennafer Sawyer receives the Pitsenbarger Scholarship on June 15 from Air and Space Forces Association Wright Memorial Chapter during the Community College of the Air Force Spring 2022 graduation ceremony at the National Museum of the Air Force. The scholarship is a cash award to be used in the continuation of education beyond the associate degree level. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

The Community College of the Air Force Wright-Patterson Class of 2022 had its graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. Forty Airmen earned associate degrees from the world’s largest community college system.

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The Community College of the Air Force Wright-Patterson Class of 2022 marches into their graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. Forty Airmen earned associate degrees from the world’s largest community college system. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

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The Community College of the Air Force Wright-Patterson Class of 2022 marches into their graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. Forty Airmen earned associate degrees from the world’s largest community college system. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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The Community College of the Air Force Wright-Patterson Class of 2022 marches into their graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. Forty Airmen earned associate degrees from the world’s largest community college system. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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Donald Ellwood, Community College of the Air Force Education Services director, officially confers the degrees on the 40 Airmen graduating in the CCAF Wright-Patterson Spring 2022 commencement ceremony June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Donald Ellwood, Community College of the Air Force Education Services director, officially confers the degrees on the 40 Airmen graduating in the CCAF Wright-Patterson Spring 2022 commencement ceremony June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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Donald Ellwood, Community College of the Air Force Education Services director, officially confers the degrees on the 40 Airmen graduating in the CCAF Wright-Patterson Spring 2022 commencement ceremony June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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Col. Patrick Miller, 88th Air Base Wing and installation commander, presents Tech. Sgt. Christopher Tracy with his associate in applied science degree in information systems technology during the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. With Miller were Jason Schaffer, 88 ABW command chief; Donald Ellwood, CCAF Education Services director; and Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief; who gave the commencement address. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Col. Patrick Miller, 88th Air Base Wing and installation commander, presents Tech. Sgt. Christopher Tracy with his associate in applied science degree in information systems technology during the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. With Miller were Jason Schaffer, 88 ABW command chief; Donald Ellwood, CCAF Education Services director; and Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief; who gave the commencement address. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

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Col. Patrick Miller, 88th Air Base Wing and installation commander, presents Tech. Sgt. Christopher Tracy with his associate in applied science degree in information systems technology during the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June 15 at the National Museum of the Air Force. With Miller were Jason Schaffer, 88 ABW command chief; Donald Ellwood, CCAF Education Services director; and Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief; who gave the commencement address. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief, delivers the commencement address at the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June15. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

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Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief, delivers the commencement address at the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June15. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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Chief Master Sgt. James Fitch, Air Force Research Laboratory command chief, delivers the commencement address at the Community College of the Air Force graduation ceremony on June15. U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO/R.J. ORIEZ

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

Credit: 88th Air Base Wing

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