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Photos: 162nd Fighter Wing 'Haunted Hangar' 2009

(From the left) Airman First Class Andrew Czarnowski, Staff Sgt. Robin Hinton, Brian Estes, Tech. Sgt. Heidi Estes, and Holly Thiel dress in Halloween costumes to man the Junior Enlisted Council’s cake walk booth in the dining facility. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

(From the left) Airman First Class Andrew Czarnowski, Staff Sgt. Robin Hinton, Brian Estes, Tech. Sgt. Heidi Estes, and Holly Thiel dress in Halloween costumes to man the Junior Enlisted Council’s cake walk booth in the dining facility. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

A balloon artist dressed as Snow White makes balloon animals for children at the 2009 Haunted Hangar. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

A balloon artist dressed as Snow White makes balloon animals for children at the 2009 Haunted Hangar. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Barb Gavre, left, wing family readiness coordinator, and her daughter Samantha Ithal, ensure wing members and their families have a good time at the Haunted Hangar event, Oct. 25. The Family Readiness Group organizes the annual event to raise funds for several of the wing’s family programs. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Barb Gavre, left, wing family readiness coordinator, and her daughter Samantha Ithal, ensure wing members and their families have a good time at the Haunted Hangar event, Oct. 25. The Family Readiness Group organizes the annual event to raise funds for several of the wing’s family programs. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Staff Sgt. Anthony Felix shows off his Luke Skywalker costume at the 2009 Haunted Hangar at Tucson International Airport, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Staff Sgt. Anthony Felix shows off his Luke Skywalker costume at the 2009 Haunted Hangar at Tucson International Airport, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Tech. Sgt. Sadie Felix shows off her Princess Leia costume at the 2009 Haunted Hangar at Tucson International Airport, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Tech. Sgt. Sadie Felix shows off her Princess Leia costume at the 2009 Haunted Hangar at Tucson International Airport, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Neve)

Tech. Sgt. Wayne Cordon mans the Junior Enlisted Council’s cake walk in full cosume during the 162nd Fighter Wing’s Haunted Hangar event, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Tech. Sgt. Wayne Cordon mans the Junior Enlisted Council’s cake walk in full cosume during the 162nd Fighter Wing’s Haunted Hangar event, Oct. 25. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Col. Ted Maxwell, 162nd Fighter Wing vice commander, waits to be dropped into a dunk tank during the 162nd Fighter Wing’s Haunted Hangar, Oct. 25. Several wing leaders volunteered for the tank to raise funds for the Family Readiness Group. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Col. Ted Maxwell, 162nd Fighter Wing vice commander, waits to be dropped into a dunk tank during the 162nd Fighter Wing’s Haunted Hangar, Oct. 25. Several wing leaders volunteered for the tank to raise funds for the Family Readiness Group. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Col. Greg Stroud, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, throws a fast ball in an attempt to drop Col. Ted Maxwell, vice commander, into the dunk tank. Several wing leaders volunteered for the tank at the Haunted Hangar to raise funds for the Family Readiness Group. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

Col. Greg Stroud, 162nd Fighter Wing commander, throws a fast ball in an attempt to drop Col. Ted Maxwell, vice commander, into the dunk tank. Several wing leaders volunteered for the tank at the Haunted Hangar to raise funds for the Family Readiness Group. (Air National Guard photo by Maj. Gabe Johnson)

TUCSON, Ariz. -- The 162nd Fighter Wing celebrated Halloween here Oct. 25 with its annual Haunted Hangar event for wing members and families.

The unit's Junior Enlisted Council organized a cake walk; children painted pumpkins; family readiness sponsored a chili cook off; teens participated in a "Guitar Hero" tournament sponsored by the communications flight; and wing leadership volunteered to sit in a dunk tank to raise funds for the Family Readiness Group. 


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