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Gen. Duncan McNabb, U.S. Transportation Command commander, signs Master Sgt.
Lisa Peele's reenlistment papers after officiating her reenlistment on Sgt.
Peele's first-ever C-17 flight.  Sergeant Peele will attend the First
Sergeant Academy beginning Oct. 25 and is designated to become the first
sergeant for Charleston's 14th Airlift Squadron after graduation.  Sergeant
Peele's new assignment comes little more than two years after an accident
claimed her husband's life and severely injured her.  Her husband had
recently attended first sergeant training, as she was preparing to submit
her formal application for the First Sergeant Academy when the accident
occurred.
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Gen. Duncan McNabb, U.S. Transportation Command commander, signs Master Sgt. Lisa Peele's re-enlistment papers after officiating her re-enlistment on Sgt. Peele's first-ever C-17 flight. Sergeant Peele will attend the First Sergeant Academy beginning Oct. 25 and is designated to become the first sergeant for the 14th Airlift Squadron after graduation. Sergeant Peele's new assignment comes a little more than two years after an accident claimed her husband's life and severely injured her. Her husband had recently attended first sergeant training, as she was preparing to submit her formal application for the First Sergeant Academy when the accident occurred.


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