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October 27, 2011
PHOTO RELEASE: Oregon National Guard's Counterdrug Support Program Team visits Cedar Hill Middle School as part of Red Ribbon Week
 
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111027-F-1639C-085: Wyatt, (right), an eighth grade student at Cedar Ridge Middle School, signs a pledge to remain drug-free, while Oregon National Guard Counterdrug Support Team member Tech. Sgt. Bobby Vickery (left), speaks to his classmates, during a Red Ribbon Week event at the school in Sandy, Ore., Oct. 27.  The team visited elementary and middle schools Oct. 24-28 in support of Red Ribbon Week, educating students and school administrators on drug awareness.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs).
 
111027-F-1639C-079: Oregon Army National Guard Spc. Chase Rogers, of Det. 1, Charlie Co., 1-112th Aviation, shows off the OH-58 Kiowa helicopter to students at Cedar Ridge Middle School, in Sandy, Ore., Oct. 27.  The visit was part of a Red Ribbon Week event at the school, where members of the Oregon National Guard's Counterdrug Support Team visited local elementary and middle schools during the week of Oct. 24-28, in order to educate students and school administrators on drug awareness.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs).
 
111027-F-1639C-074-a: Oregon Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Ryan Palmer, a member of Oregon's Counterdrug Support Program, shows students of Cedar Ridge Middle School in Sandy, Ore., the team's Light Armored Vehicle (LAV), during a Red Ribbon Week event held at the school Oct. 27.  Palmer and the rest of the Counterdrug Support Team visited elementary and middle schools throughout Oregon to educate students and school administrators on drug awareness Oct. 24-28 in support of Red Ribbon Week events.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs).
 
 
Contact Info: or more information, contact Capt. Stephen Bomar, Oregon National Guard Public Affairs Officer, at: 503-584-3885.