Retired Air Force Technical Sgt. Zac Rhyner in the hospital during his recovery from injuries he sustained in a firefight in Afghanistan in 2008. Rhyner was awarded the Air Force Cross, the second highest award given by the Air Force, for his “extraordinary heroism” during the battle.
Retired Air Force Technical Sgt. Zac Rhyner in the hospital during his recovery from injuries he sustained in a firefight in Afghanistan in 2008. Rhyner was awarded the Air Force Cross, the second highest award given by the Air Force, for his “extraordinary heroism” during the battle.
Retired Air Force Technical Sgt. Zac Rhyner in the hospital during his recovery from injuries he sustained in a firefight in Afghanistan in 2008. Rhyner was awarded the Air Force Cross, the second highest award given by the Air Force, for his “extraordinary heroism” during the battle.

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