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Download full resolution image Members of the New York National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Latham participated in the Firecracker 4 road race in Saratoga

Soldiers, Airmen Race for the Fourth

Members of the New York National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Latham participated in the Firecracker 4 road race in Saratoga Springs July 4. From left Army National Guard Master Sgt. Luis Barsallo Air National Guard Lt. Col. Peter Keegan his son Conor Keegan Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Christopher Gerardi Army Guard Sgts. Adam Sisson and Steven Waite and Army National Guard Sgt. Maj. Daniel Brunner. The team participated in the race effort to raise funds for a local Saratoga charity Saratoga Warhorse a non-profit group that served veterans at risk. Courtesy photo.

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