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Brig. Gen. Mark O'Neil, deputy commanding general - operations, top left, and Lt. Col. James Turner, top right, unload Christmas trees in front of 10th Sustainment Brigade headquarters Thursday during the annual Trees for Troops event. Soldiers from across the installation were able to pick up free trees from their unit representatives.

Trees for Troops brings holiday cheer to Fort Drum Soldiers

FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- For Spc. Casey Edmonson, this Christmas will be nothing short of a miracle. He and his wife are expecting their first child, a daughter, any day. Enjoying their first holiday as a Family of three was made just a little bit......READ MORE

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