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CFI visit inspires Lackland leaders

Staff Sgt. Chris Curtis, 8th Special Operations Squadron, talks about the care and support he has received at the Center for the Intrepid during the monthly leadership forum tour March 16. Sergeant Curtis was a flight engineer on a CV-22 Osprey that crashed in Zabul province, Afghanistan, April 8, 2010, leaving him with significant blood loss and multiple fractures to his back, face, both legs, left arm and pelvis. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robbin Cresswell)

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