• The event was capped off by a 30-minute fireworks show.

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    The event was capped off by a 30-minute fireworks show.

  • The event was capped off by a 30-minute fireworks show.

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    The event was capped off by a 30-minute fireworks show.

  • Children enjoy their turn on one of the rides provided for young visitors of
the Fourth of July celebration at Hilton Field. In addition to rides, children were also invited to participate in arts and crafts activities

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    Children enjoy their turn on one of the rides provided for young visitors of the Fourth of July celebration at Hilton Field. In addition to rides, children were also invited to participate in arts and crafts activities

  • Elijah Celestaine, 2 waits on the lap of his mother, Amber, for the fireworks to start.

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    Elijah Celestaine, 2 waits on the lap of his mother, Amber, for the fireworks to start.

  • Sandy Ketcham shows off her pet monkey Kikki at the festivities.

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    Sandy Ketcham shows off her pet monkey Kikki at the festivities.

  • As part of the pre-fireworks entertainment, Soldiers display period uniforms representing all the wars in which the United States participated. The evening's festivities began with concerts by the 282nd Army Band, which entertained the
crowd with patriotic music and rock songs.

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    As part of the pre-fireworks entertainment, Soldiers display period uniforms representing all the wars in which the United States participated. The evening's festivities began with concerts by the 282nd Army Band, which entertained the crowd with...

  • Soldiers in Basic Combat Training dance to the music of 'Ear Assault,' the 282nd Army Band's rock ensemble. More than 10,000 Soldiers from basic training and Advanced Individual Training enjoyed the Independence Day party alongside thousands of visitors from local communities.

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    Soldiers in Basic Combat Training dance to the music of 'Ear Assault,' the 282nd Army Band's rock ensemble. More than 10,000 Soldiers from basic training and Advanced Individual Training enjoyed the Independence Day party alongside thousands of...

  • A Soldier with the 282nd Army Band's rock group entertains the crowd.

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    A Soldier with the 282nd Army Band's rock group entertains the crowd.

FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- As part of the pre-fireworks entertainment, Soldiers display period uniforms representing all the wars in which the United States participated. The evening's festivities began with concerts by the 282nd Army Band, which entertained the crowd with patriotic music and rock songs. The event was capped off by a 30-minute fireworks show.

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