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Sound Bite: CMSgt Regina Stoltzfus USAF
INCUE… I think it
RT: 20sec
OUTCUE…or that flag.

Member’s will witness and take part in the Retirement of tattered and worn Flags once every year around Flag Day.

Reporting from the 193RD Special Operations Wing, I’m Staff sergeant John Barnes.

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Date Taken:06.08.2013

Date Posted:07.26.2013 09:29

Location:HARRISBURG, PA, USGlobe

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