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School children from San Jerónimo, Comayagua, Honduras show traditional Honduran dances to more than 190 members of Joint Task Force-Bravo who hiked approximately 3.6 miles round-trip to the village, Apr. 29, 2017. Members carried more than 5025 lbs of food and supplies, 24 soccer balls and 3 piñatas to the people of San Jerónimo. Chapel hikes have been occurring since 2003, with the JTF-Bravo Chapel sponsoring an average of six every year. The hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson/released)
170429-Z-GS745-0486.JPG Photo By: Master Sgt. Scott Thompson

COMAYAGUA, Honduras - School children from San Jerónimo, Comayagua, Honduras show traditional Honduran dances to more than 190 members of Joint Task Force-Bravo who hiked approximately 3.6 miles round-trip to the village, Apr. 29, 2017. Members carried more than 5025 lbs of food and supplies, 24 soccer balls and 3 piñatas to the people of San Jerónimo. Chapel hikes have been occurring since 2003, with the JTF-Bravo Chapel sponsoring an average of six every year. The hikes are designed to provide a practical way for JTF-Bravo members to engage and partner with local communities to provide support to surrounding villages in need of food and supplies. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson/released)


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