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SAI takes to the skies

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Taking in the view of Williams Canyon, 2nd Lt. Albaro Pillco, student with the 50th Operations Support Squadron, and Capt. Harrison Hatcher with the 50th Operations Group Standardization and Evaluation Flight, soar over the Cave of the Winds during a Terror Dactyl Ride as part of the Single Airmen Initiative program in Manitou Springs, Colorado, June 11, 2018. The SAI aims to unite Schriever Airmen, providing opportunities to bond and experience during unique trips and activities. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

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Senior Airman Boone Helm, communication systems operator and technical operator with the 4th Space Operations Squadron, familiarizes himself with a Fly Colorado Ultralights aircraft as part of the Single Airman Initiative program at the Meadow Lake Airport, Falcon, Colorado, Aug. 24, 2018. The SAI program gives single Airmen opportunities to participate in free recreational trips and activities. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

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Staff Sgt. Rachel Avery, contract administrator with the 50th Contracting Squadron, prepares to take off in a Fly Colorado Ultralights aircraft as part of the Single Airman Initiative program at Meadow Lake Airport, Falcon, Colorado, Aug. 24, 2018. Airmen had the opportunity to learn about aircraft and view Colorado scenery from above. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

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Staff Sgt. Caleb Bunton, area supervisor with the 50th Security Forces Squadron, takes to the skies on a paraglider during a Peak to Peak Paragliding activity as part of the Single Airman Initiative program in Boulder, Colorado, Aug. 17, 2018. The SAI program’s goal is to increase resiliency and allow Airmen opportunities to experience activities they may not be able to on their own. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

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