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23rd PRS makes donation to Pete museum

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Wesley Clark, president of the Peterson Air and Space Museum Foundation, presents a museum coin to Jan Cummins, 23rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron Association representative. Cummins, on behalf of the 23rd PRS Association, presented a check for $2,153 to the museum to be used to help maintain the 23rd PRS artifacts and displays. Cummins’ late husband was a member of the 23rd PRS. The 23rd PRS was activated at Peterson Air Field in September 1942 and deployed to southern Europe during World War II. The association is disbanding due to age, and it was the members wish to donate its remaining funds toward the preservation of their memories. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Wesley Clark, president of the Peterson Air and Space Museum Foundation, presents a museum coin to Jan Cummins, 23rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron Association representative. Cummins, on behalf of the 23rd PRS Association, presented a check for $2,153 to the museum to be used to help maintain the 23rd PRS artifacts and displays. Cummins’ late husband was a member of the 23rd PRS. The 23rd PRS was activated at Peterson Air Field in September 1942 and deployed to southern Europe during World War II. The association is disbanding due to age, and it was the members wish to donate its remaining funds toward the preservation of their memories. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

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