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US Air Force CHIEF MASTER Sergeant Jeff Lawerence, 6th Communications Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Flordia, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB, participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Several people apply roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill Air Force Base participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Several people including US Air Force members from MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, participated in the Habitat For Humanity Worldwide 1 Week- 10,000 Houses- Mission Possible Home Building Project

Close up of hands applying roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

US Air Force STAFF Sergeant Lorraine Detaeye-Osgood, 6th Communications Squadron, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Angel Miranda, jr., United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

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