Associated Press
Associated Press 14 Apr 2020

Airmen make masks for use on Phoenix air base


Airmen from the 161st Air Refueling wing took time out from their other duties Monday to sew over 300 protective masks at Goldwater Air National Guard base in Phoenix. (April 14)

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