Airmen of Note

Pictured from left are Master Sgt. Doug Morgan ('96), baritone saxophone; Technical Sgt. Ben Polk ('08), bass trombone; Master Sgt. Ben Patterson ('96), lead trombone; Rheault; Master Sgt. Jeff Martin, trombone; Master Sgt. Andy Axelrad, alto sax; Master Sergeant (select) Tyler Kuebler ('95, '97 M.M.), alto sax and music director; and Master Sgt. Blake Arrington ('02, '04 M.M.), clarinet with concert band and Honor Flight Liaison for the group's visit with the U.S. Air Force band.Andre J. "Frenchy" Rheault, longtime UNT, Mean Green and Denton supporter and retired U.S. Air Force master sergeant, escorts World War II veterans to Washington, D.C., each year. On his latest trip, he met up with UNT alumni who are members of the U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the U.S. Air Force, and sent us this photo.

Pictured from left are Master Sgt. Doug Morgan ('96), baritone saxophone; Technical Sgt. Ben Polk ('08), bass trombone; Master Sgt. Ben Patterson ('96), lead trombone; Rheault; Master Sgt. Jeff Martin, trombone; Master Sgt. Andy Axelrad, alto sax; Master Sergeant (select) Tyler Kuebler ('95, '97 M.M.), alto sax and music director; and Master Sgt. Blake Arrington ('02, '04 M.M.), clarinet with concert band and Honor Flight Liaison for the group's visit with the U.S. Air Force band.

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