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Military Athlete of the Year

Staff Sgt. Anixa Almeyda, 15th Intelligence Squadron unit support analyst stationed at Langley Air Force Base, plays in the Headquarters Allied Air Command Tennis Championships, Sept. 24. Sergeant Almeyda won the 2010 Air Combat Command Female Athlete of the award for her illustrious tennis accomplishments.



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Date Taken:09.23.2010

Date Posted:12.13.2010 09:51

Photo ID:349191

VIRIN:090924-F-#####-001

Resolution:640x427

Size:102.87 KB

Location:AMSTERDAM, NLGlobe

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