Master Sgt. Serena Dedes, an equipment manager at the 180th Fighter Wing, Ohio Air National Guard, holds a traditional feather flag during Pow Wows along with water vase handmade by her mother. Pow Wows are Native American ceremonies involving feasting, singing and dancing. November is dedicated to honoring Native American Indian Heritage and the 180FW and U.S. Air Force value the uniqueness our diverse service members bring to the mission. Air National Guard photo by Airman First Class Hope Geiger.

PHOTO BY: Airman Hope Geiger
VIRIN: 171104-Z-TW681-0042.JPG
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