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TREE REMOVAL

TREE REMOVAL
Army Spc. Charlton Wilkinson, left, and Army Staff Sgt. Roy Roy Hudson help residents move a tree from their driveway in Tupelo, Miss., April 29, 2014. The soldiers are assigned to the Mississippi National Guards's 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team and 185th Theater Aviation Brigade.
Mississippi National Guard photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jessica McCormick

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