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Airmen skydive indoors

Second Lt. Chad Colocar, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron, soars during an indoor sky diving March 20, 2015, in Denver as part of Single Airmen Initiative. Twelve Airmen participated in the activity. (Courtesy photo)

Second Lt. Chad Colocar, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron, soars during an indoor sky diving March 20, 2015, in Denver as part of Single Airmen Initiative. Twelve Airmen participated in the activity. (Courtesy photo)

Twelve Airmen participate in an indoor sky diving activity March 20, 2015, in Denver as part of Single Airmen Initiative. The initiative was designed to provide resources that foster a strong culture, mission and sense of community for single Airmen, both enlisted and officer, as well as married Airmen whose spouses are deployed. (Courtesy photo)

Twelve Airmen participate in an indoor sky diving activity March 20, 2015, in Denver as part of Single Airmen Initiative. The initiative was designed to provide resources that foster a strong culture, mission and sense of community for single Airmen, both enlisted and officer, as well as married Airmen whose spouses are deployed. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Twelve Airmen participated in an indoor sky diving activity March 20 in Denver as part of Single Airmen Initiative. The initiative was designed to provide resources that foster a strong culture, mission and sense of community for single Airmen, both enlisted and officer, as well as married Airmen whose spouses are deployed.
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