Air Force veteran Chris Jackson and his wife, Desralai Jackson, share a laugh and reminisce at the Air Force Memorial April 21 as they discuss their involvement from 1984-1987 with the Berlin for Lunch Bunch in Germany. Each flew upon corridor missions in West Germany in support of electronic intelligence operations. The visit was part of a biennial reunion the group’s alumni and their families planned and organized. “The Berlin for Lunch Bunch,” was so named by the operations and support squadron members who collected electronic intelligence on the densest concentration of Soviet military forces in the world. (U.S. Air Force/Master Sgt. Amaani Lyle/released)
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