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Network 5/6 volunteers for The Salvation Army

Tech. Sgt. Mark Ochoa, 319th Security Forces Squadron, and his son Anthony help transfer boxes of food for The Salvation Army July 16. The group of Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded 10,104 pounds of food worth over $1,200. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D.

Tech. Sgt. Mark Ochoa, 319th Security Forces Squadron, and his son Anthony help transfer boxes of food for The Salvation Army July 16. The group of Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded 10,104 pounds of food worth over $1,200. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Anastasia Wasem)

Airman 1st Class Anna Moreland (left), 319th Communications Squadron, and Staff Sgt. Krystal Thompson, 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, begin stocking and organizing the 10,104 pounds of food that Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded for the Salvation Army July 16. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D.

Airman 1st Class Anna Moreland (left), 319th Communications Squadron, and Staff Sgt. Krystal Thompson, 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, begin stocking and organizing the 10,104 pounds of food that Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded for the Salvation Army July 16. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Anastasia Wasem)

Tech. Sgt. Kelly Rodriguez (left), 319th Operations Support Squadron, Airman 1st Class Marshall Merriweather (middle), 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Staff Sgt. Krystal Thompson (right), 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, make donations boxes for the Salvation Army July 16. The group of Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded 10,104 pounds of food worth over $1,200. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D.

Tech. Sgt. Kelly Rodriguez (left), 319th Operations Support Squadron, Airman 1st Class Marshall Merriweather (middle), 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Staff Sgt. Krystal Thompson (right), 319th Civil Engineer Squadron, make donations boxes for the Salvation Army July 16. The group of Grand Forks Air Force Base volunteers unloaded 10,104 pounds of food worth over $1,200. Network 5/6 organizes volunteers the third Friday of every month to help unload and stock food for the food bank at the Salvation Army in Grand Forks, N.D. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Anastasia Wasem)