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Download full resolution image Spc. Frankie Aguilar of the 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry Regiment watches as his daughter Jadalyse plays with his unit patch during a Freedom Salute Ceremony April 28

Troops, Families Honored During Freedom Salute

NEW YORK - New York Army National Guard Spc. Frankie Aguilar of the 1st Battalion, 69th Infantry Regiment watches as his daughter Jadalyse plays with his unit patch during a Freedom Salute Ceremony April 28 in Queens, N.Y. Aguilar, a Brentwood resident, has just returned from serving in Kuwait. The ceremony, held 90 days after Soldiers returned to their homes, honored both returning Soldiers and the families, and employers friends who supported them. Photo by Spc. J.p. Lawrence, 42nd Infantry Division.

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