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The Triple Nickel: The End of an Era: Air National Guard Band of the Lakes Decommissioned After 90 Years of Service

More commonly known as the Triple Nickel from the days when it was named 555th Air Force Band, the band has been in existence since the 1920s. Existing well before the Air Force became a separate branch of the armed services, the band has gone through several name changes before earning its current title as Air National Guard Band of the Great Lakes. For nearly 90 years the Air National Guard Band of the Great Lakes has been a symbol of professionalism and a source of excellent community relations.

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