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First Sergeant's Thanksgiving Baskets

Thanksgiving baskets, put together by the first sergeants council and volunteers, pile up in the High Plains chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016.  125 baskets hold the makings of a great Thanksgiving meal and are funded through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The first sergeants have been able to donate to Airmen for more than six years. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

Thanksgiving baskets, put together by the first sergeants council and volunteers, pile up in the High Plains chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. 125 baskets hold the makings of a great Thanksgiving meal and are funded through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The first sergeants have been able to donate to Airmen for more than six years. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

Master Sgt. Brandon Finefrock, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, purchases commissary food items to assemble 125 Thanksgiving baskets at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016.  Also known as OPERATION WARMHEART to the public, many of the funds are provided through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

Master Sgt. Brandon Finefrock, 90th Missile Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, purchases commissary food items to assemble 125 Thanksgiving baskets at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. Also known as OPERATION WARMHEART to the public, many of the funds are provided through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

90th Missile Wing first sergeants pack up Thanksgiving basket food items in the commissary warehouse at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. Also known as OPERATION WARMHEART to the public, many of the funds are provided through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

90th Missile Wing first sergeants pack up Thanksgiving basket food items in the commissary warehouse at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. Also known as OPERATION WARMHEART to the public, many of the funds are provided through community members and the Combined Federal Campaign charity (code 19015). The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

First sergeant council volunteers form an assembly line to quickly and efficiently build Thanksgiving baskets in the High Plains chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016.  Volunteers put together 125 baskets equipped with everything needed to provide a complete meal, including a gift card to purchase a turkey. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

First sergeant council volunteers form an assembly line to quickly and efficiently build Thanksgiving baskets in the High Plains chapel at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. Volunteers put together 125 baskets equipped with everything needed to provide a complete meal, including a gift card to purchase a turkey. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

First sergeants and volunteers stand behind their Thanksgiving baskets in the High Plains chapel at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016.  More than 20 90th Missile Wing Airmen came together to assemble 125 baskets equipped with everything needed to provide a complete meal, including a gift card to purchase a turkey. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

First sergeants and volunteers stand behind their Thanksgiving baskets in the High Plains chapel at F. E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Nov. 18, 2016. More than 20 90th Missile Wing Airmen came together to assemble 125 baskets equipped with everything needed to provide a complete meal, including a gift card to purchase a turkey. The baskets will be delivered to junior-ranking Airmen, selected by their chain of command, to ensure their families are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal for the holiday. (U.S. Photo by 2d Lt. Nikita Thorpe)

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