Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Hokanson, adjutant general for Oregon (center), Milton-Freewater Mayor Lewis Key and Pvt. Vance Knudson (second from left), the youngest member of Detachment 1, 1186th Military Police Company, cut a cake with a saber to celebrate the re-dedication of the recently upgraded Milton-Freewater Readiness Center Saturday. Col. Christian Rees (left), director of installations, and State Command Sgt. Maj. Shane Lake (right) look on.
Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Hokanson, adjutant general for Oregon (center), Milton-Freewater Mayor Lewis Key and Pvt. Vance Knudson (second from left), the youngest member of Detachment 1, 1186th Military Police Company, cut a cake with a saber to celebrate the re-dedication of the recently upgraded Milton-Freewater Readiness Center Saturday. Col. Christian Rees (left), director of installations, and State Command Sgt. Maj. Shane Lake (right) look on.
Maj. Gen. Daniel R. Hokanson, adjutant general for Oregon (center), Milton-Freewater Mayor Lewis Key and Pvt. Vance Knudson (second from left), the youngest member of Detachment 1, 1186th Military Police Company, cut a cake with a saber to celebrate the re-dedication of the recently upgraded Milton-Freewater Readiness Center Saturday. Col. Christian Rees (left), director of installations, and State Command Sgt. Maj. Shane Lake (right) look on.

National Guard dedicates remodeled Milton-Freewater center

April 05, 2014 06:46 PM

UPDATED April 05, 2014 07:02 PM

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