Veterans, retirees volunteer time, effort to help restore historic Duster
190601-Z-A3554-0060.JPG Photo By: Mike Vrabel

Richmond, Virginia - Al Barnes, the Virginia National Guard command historian, and a close-knit group of veterans and retirees called the “Friends of the Guard” work to restore an M42 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun, better known as a Duster, during a weekly gathering June 20, 2019, at the Sergeant Bob Slaughter Headquarters at Defense Supply Center Richmond, Virginia. (U.S. National Guard photo by Mike Vrabel)


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