MLK remembered

Timothy Martin, 66th Security Forces Squadron, reenacts the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” speech during an MLK birthday celebration at the base chapel Jan. 16. This year’s MLK observance focused on the theme “Remember! Celebrate! A Day of Service.” President Ronald Reagan signed a bill into law Nov. 2, 1983 at the White House declaring the third Monday in January each year as a federal holiday to honor King, which is around the time of his birthday, Jan. 15. The holiday was first observed Jan. 20, 1986. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jerry Saslav)

PHOTO BY: Jerry Saslav
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