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Trees for Troops

Staff Sgt. Frankie Gill, 377th Security Forces Squadron, and her husband Cody Gill pose with a Christmas tree they picked out during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the base chapel here. The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

Staff Sgt. Frankie Gill, 377th Security Forces Squadron, and her husband Cody Gill pose with a Christmas tree they picked out during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the base chapel here. The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

Matt Montano, Kirtland Force Support Squadron director carries a tree for Angelica Romero, and her children, Konnor and Brantley Romero. Romero picked out her tree during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the Chapel here. The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

Matt Montano, Kirtland Force Support Squadron director carries a tree for Angelica Romero, and her children, Konnor and Brantley Romero. Romero picked out her tree during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the Chapel here. The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

Staff Sgt. Mike Butler, 415th Special Operations Squadron, poses with a Christmas tree he picked out during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the base chapel here.  The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

Staff Sgt. Mike Butler, 415th Special Operations Squadron, poses with a Christmas tree he picked out during the Trees for Troops event Dec. 7 at the base chapel here. The two-day event provided free trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jessie Perkins)

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- The two-day Trees for Troops event provided free Christmas trees for members of Team Kirtland. Last year the program delivered 17,400 Christmas trees to 70 U.S. military bases; 250 trees delivered to four international bases; and is in its 14th year.