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Airman's Attic re-opening in new location

Team Offutt members help unload merchandise for the new Airman's Attic to
get ready for the grand opening June 30. Volunteers contributed over 1,600
man hours to prepare the new site. (Courtesy Photo)

Team Offutt members help unload merchandise for the new Airman's Attic to get ready for the grand opening June 30. Volunteers contributed over 1,600 man hours to prepare the new site. (Courtesy Photo)

Airmen 1st Class Aisha Manus, U.S. Strategic Command Defense Intelligence
Agency military forces analyst, and Sheena Drilon, 55th Force Support
Squadron food service specialist, paint the new Airman's Attic location to
prepare it for opening day. (Courtesy Photo)

Airmen 1st Class Aisha Manus, U.S. Strategic Command Defense Intelligence Agency military forces analyst, and Sheena Drilon, 55th Force Support Squadron food service specialist, paint the new Airman's Attic location to prepare it for opening day. (Courtesy Photo)

Senior Airman Ashley Boyce (right), 55th Judge Advocate military justice
paralegal, and Airman 1st Class Jacquelyn Haines, 55th JA claims paralegal,
help make repairs at the new Airman's Attic. Military and civilian
volunteers run the Airman's Attic. To volunteer, contact your first
sergeant. (Courtesy Photo)

Senior Airman Ashley Boyce (right), 55th Judge Advocate military justice paralegal, and Airman 1st Class Jacquelyn Haines, 55th JA claims paralegal, help make repairs at the new Airman's Attic. Military and civilian volunteers run the Airman's Attic. To volunteer, contact your first sergeant. (Courtesy Photo)

The Airman's Attic will be housed in the old Arts and Crafts building
beginning June 30 and is managed by Offutt's First Sergeant Council. (Courtesy Photo)

The Airman's Attic will be housed in the old Arts and Crafts building beginning June 30 and is managed by Offutt's First Sergeant Council. (Courtesy Photo)