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Indiana National Guard and Army community gather to break ground

Col. Courtney Carr, left, speaks with Mayor Paul Ricketts of Lawrence, Indiana, during a groundbreaking ceremony. Carr, commander of the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, will move his brigade headquarters to a new $15 million armory in Lawrence in the fall of 2010.



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This work, Indiana National Guard and Army community gather to break ground [Image 1 of 2], by SSG Les Newport, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.29.2009

Date Posted:06.01.2009 10:14

Photo ID:176557

VIRIN:090529-A-#####-145

Resolution:2128x1416

Size:1.52 MB

Location:LAWRENCE, IN, USGlobe

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