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April 07. 2014 2:28PM

Service's creed on display in support of airman affected by Boston bombing


Boston Marathon victim Jeff Baumann throws out the first pitch prior to the start of a game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Fenway Park last year. (Bob DeChiara/USA TODAY Sports)

PEASE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, N.H. -- On the morning of the 2013 Boston Marathon, Alan Bauman and Colin Bellavance woke up at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, ready to tackle the final two weeks of basic training. By the day's end, the two flight mates began to learn the significance of the Airmen's Creed and its call to "never leave an airman behind."

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