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Chief Master Sgt. Peter Webb, 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, dons his war gear at the Combat Dining-In Feb 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Chief Master Sgt. Peter Webb, 919th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron, dons his war gear at the Combat Dining-In Feb 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Mason (left) and Col. James Phillips (right), 919th Special Operations Wing command chief and commander, congratulate each other after completing the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airman.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Mason (left) and Col. James Phillips (right), 919th Special Operations Wing command chief and commander, congratulate each other after completing the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airman. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Staff Sgt. Brian Matthias, 592nd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, receives war paint as he waits in line to enter the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Staff Sgt. Brian Matthias, 592nd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, receives war paint as he waits in line to enter the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Chief Master Sgt. Ronald McCulley, 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron, shows off his altered uniform at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Chief Master Sgt. Ronald McCulley, 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron, shows off his altered uniform at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Mers (left), and Master Sgt. Christian Becker (right), 919th Special Operations Support Squadron, show off their weapons at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Mers (left), and Master Sgt. Christian Becker (right), 919th Special Operations Support Squadron, show off their weapons at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing spray water at those selected to run through the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing spray water at those selected to run through the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Maj. Kevin Kulz, 592nd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, is drenched as he crawls out of the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Maj. Kevin Kulz, 592nd Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, is drenched as he crawls out of the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Maj. James Reed, 919th Special Operations Wing staff, refills his water gun at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Maj. James Reed, 919th Special Operations Wing staff, refills his water gun at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Members of the Eglin AFB Honor Guard present the colors at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Members of the Eglin AFB Honor Guard present the colors at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing fill their plates at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)
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Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing fill their plates at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron use folding chairs to block incoming water attacks at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)
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Members of the 919th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron use folding chairs to block incoming water attacks at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Master Sgt. Thomas Richardson, 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron, shoots water at other participants at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)
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Master Sgt. Thomas Richardson, 919th Special Operations Medical Squadron, shoots water at other participants at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Retired Col. Edward L. Hubbard speaks to the members of the 919th Special Operations Wing about his time as a prisoner of war at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)
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Retired Col. Edward L. Hubbard speaks to the members of the 919th Special Operations Wing about his time as a prisoner of war at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)

Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Mason, 919th Special Operations Wing command chief, endures water attacks from wing Airmen while going through the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla.  The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen.  A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)
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Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Mason, 919th Special Operations Wing command chief, endures water attacks from wing Airmen while going through the obstacle course at the Combat Dining-In Feb. 7 at Duke Field, Fla. The event, the first in nine years, drew more than 250 Airmen. A Combat Dining-In is built around the format of a traditional Dining-In, but there is less formality and combat uniforms are required. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl L. Foster)