Airplanes, fire trucks, and police cars

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Spencer Robbiano, 9, of Wingate Elementary looks at an autographed picture of Lt. Commander U.S. Navy Josh Cassada, an astronaut candidate, during the Special Needs Kids Day, sponsored by West Star Aviation, at the Grand Junction Regional Airport Friday.
Children were able to tour military aircraft, police and fire equipment on a day devoted to them.

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