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Canada Day

(Left) Master Sgt. Rex Barrentine, 101st Air Communications Squadron, watches Royal Canadian Air Forces Maj. Daniel Ceniccola, 101st ACOMS, toss a washer during Canada Day festivities at Bonita Bay July 1. Members of the Canadian Detachment assigned to Headquarters Continental U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Region – 1st Air Force (Air Forces Northern) celebrated the day that recognizes Canada’s independence from the British Empire in 1867 by hosting an afternoon of food and games. (Air Force Photo Released/Maj. Kat Andrews)

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