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Servicemembers participate in activities sponsored by the Area Support Group-Kuwait Morale, Welfare and Recreation office to celebrate the Fourth of July. The carnival was one of many events hosted by the ASG-KU MWR throughout the Fourth of July weekend here. These events included a remote Atlanta Journal Constitution Peachtree 10K Road Race, pool party, 3pt and slam dunk contest, water wars, all-star softball game, barbecue and live performance by "The Loose Cannons" band.

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04/07/2014
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