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Training center keeps Maine money in state

Sgt. Shawn Devinney, aircraft mechanic for the 1st Battalion 126th Aviation Regiment is learning a new skill at the carpentry and masonry course held at the Regional Training Institute in Bangor, Maine. The institute is currently going through a validation process to become an accredited school, which would bring more classes to Maine. (Maine Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Angela Parady, 121st Public Affairs Detachment.)



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This work, Training center keeps Maine money in state [Image 4 of 5], by SGT Angela Parady, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.14.2013

Date Posted:08.20.2013 09:29

Photo ID:999116

VIRIN:130814-Z-SC231-037

Resolution:2340x3509

Size:5.64 MB

Location:BANGOR, ME, USGlobe

Hometown:BUCKSPORT, ME, US

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