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Memo Montejano, an Amistad Physical Therapy technician, demonstrates how to clean out the hooves of a horse to his son Memo Jr. and Joshua Waid, at the Waid family home in Del Rio, Texas, April 17, 2012. Montejano and his son are 12-time successful horse rescuers and the Waid family is helping them care for a rescue horse at their residence. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jack Waid) Laughlin Historian helps save horses
Working with local horse rescuers, one of Laughlin's own has made the task of caring for an abused horse a personal mission.Jack Waid, 47th Flying Training Wing historian, has joined forces with Memo Montejano, an Amistad Physical Therapy technician and 12-time successful horse rescuer, and his son Memo Jr., to care for one such malnourished
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Members of the 1st Aero Squadron transfer a crated airplane from a rail car to truck in Columbus N.M., March 1916. (Contributed photo) Air Power soars over Laughlin for more than 100 years
Nearly 100 years ago, military operational aviation was starting right outside Laughlin's main gate.One hundred years later, Laughlin maintains the most sophisticated training aircraft and simulators in the world. Our mission is on firm ground with secure aircraft featuring internal instruments and the near-guarantee of a safe landing. But the
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