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Senior Airman John Doughenbaugh lifted girlfriend Victoria Chavez last night on the tarmac at Hickam Air Force Base. Sixty-nine airmen from the 15th Airlift Wing and Pacific Air Forces headquarters returned last night after a five-month deployment to Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar and other Middle Eastern countries.
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