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'Excellent' haircut

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --  Col. Joseph Anderson, 30th Medical Group commander, gets his head shaved, making good on a promise he would do so if his group earned an "Excellent" on the 2008 Health Services Inspection. This accomplishment repeats the overall rating earned on the same inspection in 2005. The HSI team assesses the ability of Air Force medical units to fulfill their peacetime and wartime missions, including provision of medical care and support of the host wing mission. (Courtesy photo)

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Col. Joseph Anderson, 30th Medical Group commander, gets his head shaved, making good on a promise he would do so if his group earned an "Excellent" on the 2008 Health Services Inspection. This accomplishment repeats the overall rating earned on the same inspection in 2005. The HSI team assesses the ability of Air Force medical units to fulfill their peacetime and wartime missions, including provision of medical care and support of the host wing mission. (Courtesy photo)

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. --  Col. Joseph Anderson, 30th Medical Group commander, gets his head shaved, making good on a promise he would do so if his group earned an "Excellent" on the 2008 Health Services Inspection. This accomplishment repeats the overall rating earned on the same inspection in 2005. The HSI team assesses the ability of Air Force medical units to fulfill their peacetime and wartime missions, including provision of medical care and support of the host wing mission. (Courtesy photo)

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Col. Joseph Anderson, 30th Medical Group commander, gets his head shaved, making good on a promise he would do so if his group earned an "Excellent" on the 2008 Health Services Inspection. This accomplishment repeats the overall rating earned on the same inspection in 2005. The HSI team assesses the ability of Air Force medical units to fulfill their peacetime and wartime missions, including provision of medical care and support of the host wing mission. (Courtesy photo)