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In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Color Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Color Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller walks off the field with the Texas Rangers' mascot after throwing out the first pitch at the game against the Los Angeles Angels in celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, . The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, Maj. Gen. Ronald B. Miller threw out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels. The Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors for the game as well.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.
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In celebration of Air Force Reserve's 70th Birthday, the Dyess Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the colors at the Texas Rangers game against the Los Angeles Angels.

Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas --