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42nd Infantry Division Band Comes to Albany
42nd Infantry Division Band Albany, NY Aug 16, 2007
Photo by Lt. Col. Richard Goldenberg
Chief Warrant Officer Mark Kimes conducts members of the 42nd Infantry Division Band during the unit’s concert series in the State Capitol in Albany on Thursday, August 16, 2007.

The 34 Citizen Soldiers of the Rainbow Division Band, based at Camp Smith Training Site, conducted their collective annual training as community concerts in Hudson, Schenectady, Lake George, Troy, Albany and Glens Falls, New York from 13-16 August.

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