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50th IS Airmen spend time with Shriners patients

(left to right) Senior Airman Carter, Master Sgt. Kelly, Tech. Sgt. Nicoletti, Senior Airman Faur, Senior Airman Greene, Tech. Sgt. Schnetz and Senior Airman Mitchell, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 50th Intelligence Squadron, hold a sign created by patients of Shriners Children’s Hospital.

(left to right) Senior Airman Carter, Master Sgt. Kelly, Tech. Sgt. Nicoletti, Senior Airman Faur, Senior Airman Greene, Tech. Sgt. Schnetz and Senior Airman Mitchell, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 50th Intelligence Squadron, hold a sign created by patients of Shriners Children’s Hospital. The Airmen made arts and crafts with patients during a visit to Shriners Children’s Hospital in Sacramento, California while on annual tour there. More than 15 patients under the age of 18 enjoyed drawing and painting pictures as well as creating macaroni art. Some patients also joined in playing pool and shooting hoops in the hospitals indoor recreation area. The children and their families absolutely loved having uniformed service members stop by to brighten up their day.

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- (left to right) Senior Airman Carter, Master Sgt. Kelly, Tech. Sgt. Nicoletti, Senior Airman Faur, Senior Airman Greene, Tech. Sgt. Schnetz and Senior Airman Mitchell, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 655th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, 50th Intelligence Squadron, hold a sign created by patients of Shriners Children’s Hospital. The Airmen made arts and crafts with patients during a visit to Shriners Children’s Hospital in Sacramento, California while on annual tour there. More than 15 patients under the age of 18 enjoyed drawing and painting pictures as well as creating macaroni art. Some patients also joined in playing pool and shooting hoops in the hospitals indoor recreation area. The children and their families absolutely loved having uniformed service members stop by to brighten up their day.