UCI results top the charts

A week prior to the UCI and LCAP inspections, the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup, demonstrating the power of team-work. Many sportscasters in the early part play-off considered the Bruins to be one of the most unlikely teams to win the series, and it was the team-work that was lauded as the most important aspect of their championship run. As the wing prepared for the inspection, the wing leadership used the Bruins as an example for finishing strong. Lt. Col. Charles Wilson, from the exercise and evaluation office worked with Senior Master Sgt. James Burke from the 104th Logistic Readiness Squadron to create Barnes’ own Stanley Cup, signifying that team-work and hard work paid-off, excelling during these arduous inspections. This ‘cup’ was presented to Col. Brooks, the team captain in the same fashion as the Stanley Cup is presented to the winning team’s captain at the end of the NHL play-offs. The ‘cup’ was then passed amongst the wing members in attendance during the out-brief.

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