Joint Base Andrews honorary commanders tour 113th Wing

Dr. Tameka Woodruff, Oxon Hill High School’s science and technology program coordinator, poses in front of a 201st Airlift Squadron C-40 after touring the aircraft during the Honorary Commanders Program quarterly visit at JBA, Md., Sept. 14, 2021. The mission of the Honorary Commanders Program is twofold; one, to educate key community leaders about a unit’s mission and to foster a supportive relationship with the community, and two, to increase military involvement in civic endeavors and organizations and make members of the local community feel part of the unit. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

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