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Sheppard AFB Holiday Exodus

Christmas is five days away and what not a better way to celebrate than to celebrate with loved ones.

The men and women at Sheppard Air Force Base have packed up and shipped out of Texoma just in time to make it home for the holidays.

There are still many military men and women that will not have the opportunity to go home for the holidays.

Make sure you show your appreciation for all that they do, all year round. 

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