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4 SOPS climbs for injured Airman

Team Schriever members gather at the top of the Incline in Manitou Springs, Colorado, May, 19, 2016. The members participated in the climb to show support for Airman 1st Class Tyler Willey who was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in April. In addition to visiting Willey in the hospital and sending get well wishes through texts and social media posts, several crewmates organized the climb and designed T-shirts reading, “I climb 4 A1C Willey” for participants to wear during the ascent. (Courtesy photo)

Team Schriever members gather at the top of the Incline in Manitou Springs, Colorado, May, 19, 2016. The members participated in the climb to show support for Airman 1st Class Tyler Willey who was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in April. In addition to visiting Willey in the hospital and sending get well wishes through texts and social media posts, several crewmates organized the climb and designed T-shirts reading, “I climb 4 A1C Willey” for participants to wear during the ascent. (Courtesy photo)

MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo. -- Team Schriever members gather at the top of the Incline in Manitou Springs, Colorado, May, 19, 2016. The members participated in the climb to show support for Airman 1st Class Tyler Willey who was severely injured in a motorcycle accident in April. In addition to visiting Willey in the hospital and sending get well wishes through texts and social media posts, several crewmates organized the climb and designed T-shirts reading, “I climb 4 A1C Willey” for participants to wear during the ascent. (Courtesy photo)
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