Local teen recognized for supporting military

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – After receiving a coin of appreciation from The Adjutant General of South Dakota, Renae Vanderzee, Marion, S.D. high school graduate, poses with her family for a picture here June 7. Vanderzee organized and prepared care packages which were sent to deployed members of the 1742nd Transportation Company during their tour in Afghanistan. Pictured from left; Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, The Adjutant General, South Dakota National Guard; Maj. Craig Vanderzee, 114th Logistics Readiness Squadron operations officer, Renae Vanderzee, Senior Airman Tyler Vanderzee, 114th Maintenance Squadron aircraft structural repairman, Rachel Vanderzee, 114th Fighter Wing family assistance specialist, and Col. Russ Walz, 114th Fighter Wing commander. Following in her father and brother’s footsteps, Renae is scheduled to begin basic training June 17 to start her career in the Air National Guard.(National Guard photo by Technical Sgt. Christopher Stewart/Released)

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