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Wing Day draws large crowds

An Airman receives a pie in the face from his “wingman” during the the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

An Airman receives a pie in the face from his “wingman” during the the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

A kid climbs the rock wall during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

A kid climbs the rock wall during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

A father helps his daughter down after a pony ride during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

A father helps his daughter down after a pony ride during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

Gavin Sutphen low crawls through the obstacle course during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Gavin Sutphen low crawls through the obstacle course during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing give it their all in the final round of tug of war during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Members of the 919th Special Operations Wing give it their all in the final round of tug of war during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Family members of the 919th Special Operations Wing play soccer in an inflatable soccer field during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Family members of the 919th Special Operations Wing play soccer in an inflatable soccer field during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Staff Sgt. Gusti, 6th Range Training Battalion, shows the crowd a nonvenomous snake during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Staff Sgt. Gusti, 6th Range Training Battalion, shows the crowd a nonvenomous snake during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

A family member watches one daughter in the bouncy castle while holding another during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

A family member watches one daughter in the bouncy castle while holding another during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

An Airman tosses a bean bag toward his target during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

An Airman tosses a bean bag toward his target during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)

Zachariah Tucker meets Sparky while trying on the firefighter gear during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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Zachariah Tucker meets Sparky while trying on the firefighter gear during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

A member of the Leroy Jenkins Band sings for the crowd during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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A member of the Leroy Jenkins Band sings for the crowd during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Bella Howell takes a nap on her grandfather’s shoulder during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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Bella Howell takes a nap on her grandfather’s shoulder during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Peyton Roszkowski throws a pie in Col. Robert Bruckner, 919th Special Operations Wing Vice commander during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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Peyton Roszkowski throws a pie in Col. Robert Bruckner, 919th Special Operations Wing Vice commander during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th SOW sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

Pensacola school of therapy students give free massages during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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Pensacola school of therapy students give free massages during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

A kid pets a nonvenomous snake during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7.  The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)
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A kid pets a nonvenomous snake during the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jasmin Taylor)

An Airman receives a pie in the face from his “wingman” during the the Duke Field Wing Day event Nov. 7. The 919th Special Operations Wing sets aside a special day each year to show appreciation for its reservists and their family members. Events included music, sports, children’s games, etc. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cheryl Foster)