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Home News Gen. Robin Olds Post TH01 participates in Children's Day

Gen. Robin Olds Post TH01 participates in Children's Day

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On Jan. 10, 2020, a number of post members participated in the Royal Thai Air Force Wing 21 Children's Day open-house event. The post gave out 3,000 popsicles to the children. In addition, the post had a display set up with military flags and the Legion flag. We also had storyboards in English and Thai displaying the rich military history at Ubon Air Base. A monitor was set up with a slideshow showing the post participating in various activities. It was a great opportunity for us to showcase our commitment to our veterans and local community.

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