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Peterson AFB receives Tree City USA Growth Award

Members of the 21st Mission Support Group, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and the R.P. Lee Youth Center are presented the Tree City USA award by the Colorado State Forest Service on Peterson AFB, Colorado, July 15, 2021. Peterson Air Force Base has received the award 27 times since 1993 and holds an annual Arbor Day ceremony celebrating participation in the Tree City USA program. (U.S. Space force photo by Airman Aaron Edwards)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Members of the 21st Mission Support Group, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and the R.P. Lee Youth Center are presented the Tree City USA award by the Colorado State Forest Service on Peterson AFB, Colorado, July 15, 2021. Peterson Air Force Base has received the award 27 times since 1993 and holds an annual Arbor Day ceremony celebrating participation in the Tree City USA program. (U.S. Space force photo by Airman Aaron Edwards)

U.S. Air Force Col. David Wilson, 21st Mission Support Group commander, left, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Timothy Fryar, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron commander, help bury the first of two trees planted in the annual Arbor Day tree planting ceremony on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, July 15, 2021.  Arbor Day dates back to April 10, 1872, when an estimated 1 million trees were planted in the state of Nebraska with prizes offered to counties and individuals who properly planted the largest number of trees. (U.S. Space force photo by Airman Aaron Edwards)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- U.S. Air Force Col. David Wilson, 21st Mission Support Group commander, left, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Timothy Fryar, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron commander, help bury the first of two trees planted in the annual Arbor Day tree planting ceremony on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, July 15, 2021. Arbor Day dates back to April 10, 1872, when an estimated 1 million trees were planted in the state of Nebraska with prizes offered to counties and individuals who properly planted the largest number of trees. (U.S. Space force photo by Airman Aaron Edwards)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Members of the 21st Mission Support Group, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and the R.P. Lee Youth Center are presented the Tree City USA award by the Colorado State Forest Service on Peterson AFB, Colorado, July 15, 2021. Peterson Air Force Base has received the award 27 times since 1993 and holds an annual Arbor Day ceremony celebrating participation in the Tree City USA program. (U.S. Space force photo by Airman Aaron Edwards)

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