R4R, UNITE support unit cohesion, morale for Airmen, units

Airman Cortney Lee, from left, 66th Air Base Group command post controller, Tech. Sgt. DeShierra Tweggs, 66th Medical Squadron supervising dental technician, Staff Sgt. Donnovan Rios, 66 MDS noncommissioned officer of dental logistics, and Airman 1st Class Ma Kaila Eckermann and Senior Airman Joshua Lightning, 66 MDS dental technicians, pose for a photo during a 66th Force Support Squadron ‘Recharge 4 Resiliency’ trip to Wachusett Mountain, Mass., Feb. 21. The R4R programs seek to foster unit cohesion and sense of community for single Airmen, families and units both on and off the base (Courtesy Photo)

PHOTO BY: 66th Force Support Squadron
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