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Chief Master Sgt. Jerry Hanes, 341st Operations Group interim-superintendent, displays trench art from World War I. During the "Great War" soldiers sitting in trenches sculpted, molded and chiseled away on 75 mm artillery shell casings and made what is called, "trench art." Chief Hanes has his trench art displayed in his office which has a finely sculpted eagle insignia on it. It was his wife's great-grandfathers who made it during WWI. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Eydie Sakura)

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