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Toy Show, wheels not required

The 12th annual Toy Show, during Family Day Sept. 9 at Gowen Field, will showcase the hobbies and interests of Idaho Air National Guard Members. Staff Sgt. Phil Bates (left) and Tech Sgt. Greg Slater, both machinists in the 124th Maintenance Squadron's Metals Technology shop, and gearheads in their free time, have helped coordinate the Toy Show since its beginning.

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This work, Toy Show, wheels not required, by TSgt Sarah Pokorney, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.05.2012

Date Posted:08.07.2012 17:02

Photo ID:641038



Size:1.3 MB

Location:BOISE, ID, USGlobe

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