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Senior Master Sgt’s. Kevin Wendt, Todd Popovic and Brett McCracken pose for a photo after being congratulated by both NAF and Wing leadership for their selection to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., Nov. 14, 2013. The rank of Chief Master Sergeant is the highest Air Force enlisted rank and only one percent of Air Force enlisted personnel can hold the grade of E9. Chief Master Sergeants must also exemplify the finest qualities of an Airman, while striving to further develop their leadership and management skills. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Adam Grant/released)

Senior Master Sgt’s. Kevin Wendt, Todd Popovic and Brett McCracken pose for a photo after being congratulated by both NAF and Wing leadership for their selection to the rank of Chief Master Sergeant at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz., Nov. 14, 2013. The rank of Chief Master Sergeant is the highest Air Force enlisted rank and only one percent of Air Force enlisted personnel can hold the grade of E9. Chief Master Sergeants must also exemplify the finest qualities of an Airman, while striving to further develop their leadership and management skills. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Adam Grant/released)

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