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Air Force DEP enlistment opens Marlins game

New Air Force enlistee, Adrian Garcia, throws out the first pitch at a Florida Marlins game that was preceded by a delayed enlistment program swear-in, Sept 21 in Miami.  Adrian, who is of Dominican decent, is now waiting to go to basic military training and later become a Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) specialist. Staff Sergeant Ricardo Miguez-Pazo recruited him in Miami. (Photo/Army Sgt. Mitch Miller)

Adrian Garcia throws out the first pitch in Miami at a Florida Marlins game preceded by a delayed enlistment program swear-in. Mr. Garcia is awaiting basic military training and plans to become a Survive, Evade, Resist, Escape (SERE) specialist. (Courtesy photo by Army Sgt. Mitch Miller)

Brigadier General, Suzanne M. Vautrinot , commander of Air Force Recruiting Service, conducts a large-group enlistment swear-in before a Florida Marlins baseball game versus the New York Mets in Miami, Sept. 21.  The 333rd RCS worked with the Marlins marketing team to organize the event for the many new enlistees to happen before the beginning of the game.  (Photo/Army Sgt. Mitch Miller)

Brig. Gen. Suzanne M. Vautrinot, Air Force Recruiting Service commander, swears-in a group of delayed enlistment program members recently before a Florida Marlins baseball game in Miami. (Courtesy photo by Army Sgt. Mitch Miller)

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