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KC-10 Extenders and C-17 Globemaster III's sit on the Ascension Auxiliary Airfield Ramp at Ascension Island in the Southern Atlantic Ocean, June 28, 2013.The normally tranquil island transformed into a major military aircraft hub during the month-long operation moving equipment and passengers to and from Africa in preparation for President Barack Obama’s official state visit to the African continent. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Sean Baber)


Photos: Travis officer supported president’s trip to South Africa

By January 09, 2014

Robinson Kuntz

Robinson Kuntz

Robinson has worked as a staff photographer for the Daily Republic since July 2010. Before joining the DR he was an photo intern at the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Robinson earned his Bachelor's degree in photojournalism from San Francisco State. He became the Daily Republic photography editor in 2014.

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