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Saluting the Brave: PFC Kyle Trigg

Attached are a couple of photos I took last summer of my best friend, Army PFC Kyle Trigg, age 21, who is currently on a year long tour in Afghanistan serving with the 82D Airborne Division's 4th Brigade Combat Team.

He grew up in Spokane and a lot of his family lives here. When Kyle was home on leave, last summer, before deployment he spent a large amount of time volunteering with me at our area's Girl Scout Day Camp, which is held at Riverside State Park each June. 

Thank you for Supporting Our Troops! Let me know if you need any additional information.
~Gayle Melges
 
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