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Fallen Airmen represented at Field of Valor

Staff Sgt. Marc Scialdo’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Staff Sgt. Marc Scialdo’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Jacobson’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Capt. James Steel’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Capt. James Steel’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Master Sgt. Tara Brown’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Master Sgt. Tara Brown’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

A moth clings to one of the approximately 352 flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

A moth clings to one of the approximately 352 flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Lt. Col. Gwendolyn Locht’s, a Fort Walton Beach native, name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Lt. Col. Gwendolyn Locht’s, a Fort Walton Beach native, name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Senior Master Sgt. James Lackey’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Senior Master Sgt. James Lackey’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Tech. Sgt. Timothy Weiner’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Tech. Sgt. Timothy Weiner’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Master Sgt. Michael Maltz’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Master Sgt. Michael Maltz’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

A moth clings to one of the approximately 352 flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
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A moth clings to one of the approximately 352 flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Maj. William Downs’ name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
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Maj. William Downs’ name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)

Tech. Sgt. John Brown’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11.  The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field.  Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags.  The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)
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Tech. Sgt. John Brown’s name was attached to one of the flags set up on the Field of Valor display in Niceville, Fla. Sept. 11. The display features 13 rows of 27 flags and one extra to create the field. Names of recently fallen military members, including 10 Airmen, adorn each of the approximately 352 American flags. The Field will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Mullet Festival grounds and is free to the public. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)