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New York Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Michael Winfield,

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New York Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Michael Winfield, of the 105th Airlift Wing's Logistics Readiness Squadron petroleum, oils and lubricants flight, uses a roller to paint the walls and ceiling above the stairway of a Habitat for Humanity house in the city of Newburgh. Winfield was among more than a dozen airmen and civilians form Stewart Air National Guard Base to lend a hand on Saturday, Nov. 21. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Julio Olivencia/released)

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21/11/2015
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