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JOHN DAREN SMITH
Chief Warrant Officer
United States Army
Utah
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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JAMES W. CAWLEY
Staff Sergeant
United States Marine Corps
Utah
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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DILLON L. MCFARLAND
Pilot
United States Air Force
Utah
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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SCOTT JAMAR
United States Army
Texas
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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AARON J. CONTRERAS
Captain
United States Marine Corps
18"x 24", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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CHRISTIAN DANIEL GURTNER
Private First Class
United States Marine Corps
Utah
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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ERICK A. HALVORSEN
Chief Warrant Officer
Vermont
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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DANIEL F. CUNNINGHAM
Maine
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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JAMES KIEHL
United States Army
Texas
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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JAMES FRANCIS ADAMOUSKI
U.S. Army Aviation
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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DONNIE OAKS
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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DONALD WALTERS
Sergeant
United States Army
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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RANDALL REHN
Sergeant First Class
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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TODD J. ROBBINS
Sergeant
United States Navy and Army
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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MICHAEL RICHARD WOODLIFF
Sergeant
United States Army
24"x 20", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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MATTHEW THOMAS NAIFEH
United States Army
24"x 18", oil on canvas
ARTIST: Kaziah Hancock
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