Soldier Show cast salutes local vet
By Adriane Foss, APG NewsJune 11, 2012
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - (At top) World War II veteran Paul Newcomer congratulates a U.S. Army Soldier Show cast member after the group's June 1 performance at the post theater. (At left) Newcomer posed for pictures with the cast and crew and thanked them for their performance and service to the nation. The Bel Air resident was accompanied by his daughter, Andrea Huson, and said it was the first Soldier Show he had seen. Nearly 900 community members attended Friday evening's live musical performance; 437 attended the matinee earlier in the day. The active duty Soldiers will perform at 40 venues across the globe during the yearlong tour that features class and modern hits, and some original material.
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