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At a promotion ceremony, held on Bradley Air National Guard (ANG) Base, East Granby, Connecticut, CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT) Kristine C. Shaw becomes the youngest E-9 in Connecticut Air or Army National Guard (ANG) history, while her husband, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Timothy Shaw and the Adjutant General for the State of Connecticut, Major General (MGEN) William A. Cugno pin her new rank on her

At a promotion ceremony, held on Bradley Air National Guard (ANG) Base, East Granby, Connecticut, CHIEF MASTER Sergeant (CMSGT) Kristine C. Shaw becomes the youngest E-9 in Connecticut Air or Army National Guard (ANG) history, while her husband, MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Timothy Shaw and the Adjutant General for the State of Connecticut, Major General (MGEN) William A. Cugno pin her new rank on her

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

State: Connecticut (CT)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Major Command Shown: ANG

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Jeanne E. Daigneau, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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11/12/2002
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