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Training center keeps Maine money in state

Spc. Rachel Ellis, unit administrator for the 136th Engineer Battalion, is taking the carpentry masonry course at the Regional Training Institute in Bangor, Maine. Ellis, a native of Newport, was happy the course was offered in Maine. She is able to attend the course during the day, and still go home to her family at night. (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 1 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 09:30

Photo ID:999119

VIRIN:130814-Z-SC231-040

Resolution:2587x1724

Size:3.81 MB

Location:BANGOR, ME, USGlobe

Hometown:NEWPORT, ME, US

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