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June 27, 2014

Thunderbolts go country

Airman 1st Class James Hensley

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Laura Walsh performs for Luke Airmen in Hangar 999. Walsh, a local musician, has performed at events across the state.

 
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A large crowd of Luke Airmen gathered for the Salute to the Troops event, which was staged alongside the latest addition to Luke, the F-35 Lightning II.

 
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Jerrod Niemann gets the crowd to sing along with him during the Salute to the Troops event.

 
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The Swon brothers play for the crowd. The Swon brothers were contestants on the fourth season of the hit TV show “The Voice.” They won third place and went on to sign a contract with Arista Nashville.

 
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Zach and Colton Swon play country hits during a Salute to the Troops event June 19 at Luke Air Force Base. The event also featured Jerrod Niemann and local musician, Laura Walsh.




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