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June 8, Airmen 1st Class Lisa Uku, 364th Training Squadron, Sheppard AFB, Texas, enjoys the company of “Twister” the dog found wandering among the rubble of what used to be a thriving neighborhood before the EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado tore through Moore, Okla. May 20. The tornado gained EF-4 intensity within ten minutes of touching down north of Newtown Okla. Uku, in training for Hydraulics, is from Haledon, NJ. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Airman Basic Brittany Orellan, 363rd Training Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, gives “Twister” water out of a makeshift bowl created from a plastic bag. The dog was found wandering among the remains of houses torn apart by the EF-5(Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla. May 20. The tornado was reportedly on the ground for 39 minutes and carved a path through neighborhoods for more than 17 miles. Orellana is an Airman in Training in ammunition and is from Mukilteo, Wash. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Airman Basic Brittany Orellan, 363rd Training Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, gives “Twister” water out of a makeshift bowl created from a plastic bag. The dog was found wandering among the remains of houses torn apart by the EF-5(Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla. May 20. The tornado was reportedly on the ground for 39 minutes and carved a path through neighborhoods for more than 17 miles. Orellana is an Airman in Training in ammunition and is from Mukilteo, Wash. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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June 8, “Twister” the dog found wandering among the rubble by Public Affairs Intern Kim Goff and Airmen 1st Class Jelani Gibson, rests after being given food and water, the rubble of what had once been sturdy homes behind him showing the trials he must have faced. Between 75 and 100 horses were killed when the May 20 EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado directly hit the Orr Family Farm. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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June 8, several airmen work hard to lift debris onto the ever growing pile caused by the destructive winds of the EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that tore through Moore, Okla. May 20. Over 1,150 homes were destroyed by the tornado. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Airman Basic Brittany Orellana, 363rd Training Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, carries debris June 8, 2013, from the ravaged houses caused by the EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that violently blew through Moore, Okla. May 20 towards the ever growing pile. More than 100 people were rescued from the rubble caused by the twister May 20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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An American flag flies proudly despite the carnage that lies behind it. A house destroyed by the EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that tore through Moore, Okla. May 20.The tornado caused more than $2 billion in damages. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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A group of airmen volunteers from Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, work with Samaritan’s Purse to clear the rubble from the foundation of what used to be house June 8, 2013. The foundation is all that remains after an EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado tore through Moore, Okla. May 20. The tornado destroyed Briarwood Elementary School and Plaza Towers Elementary School. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Airmen from Sheppard hold hands as they pray for those affected by the May 20 EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that cut a swath through the neighborhoods of Moore, Okla. before they begin to help clean the debris caused by the 210 mph winds June 8. The tornado killed 23, including 7 children, and injured 377 people. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Through a destroyed window is the image a home untouched by the EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla. May 20. The tornado was 1.3 miles wide with winds speeds estimated at 210 mph. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kimberly Goff /Released)
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Airman 1st Class Anthony Webber, 365th Training Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, shovels debris into a pile June 8 in Moore, Okla. An EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita scale rating) tornado ripped through the central Oklahoma town May 20 with winds in excess of 210 mph winds. The twister was reportedly on the ground for 39 minutes and carved a path through neighborhoods for more than 17 miles. Webber, in training for CV-22 Osprey avionics, was among 70 Airmen who volunteered to clean up debris. He said, “This is why we joined the Air Force, to serve people.” (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Mike Meares/Released)
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Airman 1st Class Anthony Webber, 365th Training Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, shovels debris into a pile June 8 in Moore, Okla. An EF-5 (Enhanced Fujita scale rating) tornado ripped through the central Oklahoma town May 20 with winds in excess of 210 mph winds. The twister was reportedly on the ground for 39 minutes and carved a path through neighborhoods for more than 17 miles. Webber, in training for CV-22 Osprey avionics, was among 70 Airmen who volunteered to clean up debris. He said, “This is why we joined the Air Force, to serve people.” (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Mike Meares/Released)
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