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March 20, 2015
 

Community comes out to play at annual DM-50 Picnic

A thank-you sign from the DM50 hangs on a fence during the DM50 picnic sign at Davis-Monthan, March 14. The picnic was free for active duty members, families, retirees and any guests sponsored onto the base.

Children line up to play in multiple bounce houses during picnic. Approximately 3,600 people attended the picnic which provided free entertainment, food and events.

Children box in a bounce house during the DM50 picnic. The picnic was a free event for active duty members, families, retirees and any guests sponsored onto the base.

Children ride ponies during the DM50 picnic, March 14. There was a variety of free entertainment, food and events.

Children explore multiple rides and information stands during the DM50 picnic. The picnic was a free event for active duty members, families, retirees and any guests sponsored onto the base.

U.S. Air Force cadet Nicholas Petropoulos, makes cotton candy for participants of the DM50 picnic at Davis-Monthan. The picnic provided a variety of free entertainment, food and events to approximately 3,600 people.

Senior Airman Tim Schott grills hamburgers during the DM50. Approximately 3,600 people attended the picnic.




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