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Wing volunteers, pharmaceutical communication company build care packages

Wing volunteers spend their May 17 afternoon assisting employees from Verilgue, Inc. in building care packages destine for overseas-deployed military members. The 111th Fighter Wing Anti-Terrorism Officer, Chief Master Sgt. Paul G. Frisco, Jr. (left), Verilogue’s Global Field Coordinator,  Floriana Webb and Security Forces Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James Finn along with others stuffed 36 boxes with sweets, letters and trinkets to thank deployed servicemen and remind them of the strong support locally for their sacrifices.

Wing volunteers spend their May 17 afternoon assisting employees from Verilgue, Inc. in building care packages destine for overseas-deployed military members. The 111th Fighter Wing Anti-Terrorism Officer, Chief Master Sgt. Paul G. Frisco, Jr. (left), Verilogue’s Global Field Coordinator, Floriana Webb and Security Forces Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James Finn along with others stuffed 36 boxes with sweets, letters and trinkets to thank deployed servicemen and remind them of the strong support locally for their sacrifices.

Wing volunteers spend their May 17 afternoon assisting employees from Verilgue, Inc. in building care packages destine for overseas-deployed military members. The 111th Fighter Wing Anti-Terrorism Officer, Chief Master Sgt. Paul G. Frisco, Jr. (left), Verilogue’s Global Field Coordinator,  Floriana Webb and Security Forces Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James Finn along with others stuffed 36 boxes with sweets, letters and trinkets to thank deployed servicemen and remind them of the strong support locally for their sacrifices.

Wing volunteers spend their May 17 afternoon assisting employees from Verilgue, Inc. in building care packages destine for overseas-deployed military members. The 111th Fighter Wing Anti-Terrorism Officer, Chief Master Sgt. Paul G. Frisco, Jr. (left), Verilogue’s Global Field Coordinator, Floriana Webb and Security Forces Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James Finn along with others stuffed 36 boxes with sweets, letters and trinkets to thank deployed servicemen and remind them of the strong support locally for their sacrifices.

HORSHAM AIR GUARD STATION, Pa. -- Wing volunteers spend their May 17 afternoon assisting employees from Verilgue, Inc. in building care packages destine for overseas-deployed military members. The 111th Fighter Wing Anti-Terrorism Officer, Chief Master Sgt. Paul G. Frisco, Jr. (left), Verilogue's Global Field Coordinator, Floriana Webb and Security Forces Superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. James Finn along with others stuffed 36 boxes with sweets, letters and trinkets to thank deployed servicemen and remind them of the strong support locally for their sacrifices.