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    Hurricane Irma Relief [Image 4 of 6]

    Hurricane Irma Relief

    JAKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES

    09.14.2017

    Photo by 1st Lt. Edward Bosland 

    Joint Force Headquarters - Nebraska National Guard

    Approximately 40 Army National Guard Soldiers from Kentucky, Florida and Nebraska, volunteered to restore the Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial park, Sept. 14, in Jacksonville, Florida, while aiding with Hurricane Irma relief and recovery operations.
    While conducting clean-up efforts, Nebraska Army National Guard Spc. Chris Sheen, a religious affairs specialist from Wilcox, and Staff Sgt. Alex Peyton, a master intelligence analyst from Kearney, lowered the tattered and faded remains of damaged American and POW/MIA flags, and respectfully folded them in an impromptu ceremony.
    The Soldiers intend to have the flags disposed of in an honorable and appropriate manner, making way for new flags to proudly fly over the memorial. (Nebraska National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Edward Bosland)

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    Date Taken: 09.14.2017
    Date Posted: 09.15.2017 16:37
    Photo ID: 3775971
    VIRIN: 170914-Z-QR920-001
    Resolution: 5472x3648
    Size: 1.48 MB
    Location: JAKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, US
    Hometown: KEARNEY, NEBRASKA, US
    Hometown: WILCOX, NEBRASKA, US

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