Recent Members

Perry Knudsvig 1979
Justice Kurihara 2014
Janet Brockman 1974
Bill Mahler 1971
Huy Dang 1996
Jim Ahrens 1971
Rick Hartt 1964
Regina Jones 1975

Military Alumni

Military Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

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Honored Military Alumni

Gary M. Biehl
Gary M. Biehl Class of 1962
Army, 20+ Years
Served two assignments in Europe and one year in Vietnam. I was also stationed at Ft.. Sill OK. Currently Being treated for PTSD. War is hell, but the aftermath can destroy lfe.
Jim Ahrens
Jim Ahrens Class of 1971
Army, 20+ Years
Been there, done that, have the t-shirt
john f. Yeager
john f. Yeager Class of 1960
Army, 9 Years
served from 5/66 to 3/76. Served in Viet 1971 as an advisor Phoenix/phenghoag program. In germany from 11/66 to 10/69. Defense Language school, viet namese, Detroit, and ended my duty in Pasadena, CA
John L Johnson
John L Johnson Class of 1941
Air Force, 3 Years
John entered the Army Air Corp September 5, 1942. He was awarded the Asiatic Service Medal, the American Theater Service Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Service Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal. He was in the Rome-Arno Campaign, the Burma campaign, and the China Campaign as a military photographer in charge of his own unit. He was honorably discharged as a Sergeant November 6, 1945.
John Leo Johnson
John Leo Johnson Class of 1941
Air Force, 4 Years
Army/Air Corp. Awarded the Asiatic Service Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Service Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal. He ws in the Rome-Arno Campaign and the Burma Campaign and the China Campaign as a military photographer in charge of his own unit. Discharged November 6, 1945 as Sergeant.
John W. Tobin
John W. Tobin Class of 1964
Army, 4 Years
U. S. Army. Signal Corps. 31M Radio Relay & Carrier attendant. BCT. A-3-1. Ft. Ord, Cal. 1965. Germany, 18 months. 32nd Sig. Bn. TAC Team. V Corps. Jul 66'-Jan 68'. Pleiku, S. Viet Nam. 15 months. 167th. Sig. Co. Feb 68-May 69'.
Joseph Roy Bruce
Joseph Roy Bruce Class of 1936
Army, 6 Years
Served 1941 - 1946. Like all lower campus University of Washington Huskies, Roy trained in ROTC and entered the Army as a 2nd LT with the 14th, 16th & 176th Coast Artillery, Mid-Atlantic and West Coasts. Transferred into the Signal Corps and was trained in the new radar technology. He was stationed in Hawaii and for 9 months in 1945 commanded 2 Army radar units atop Mt Suribachi on Iwo Jima. Discharged a 1st LT in 1946. Buried Tahoma National Cemetery.
Marilyn Anderson
Marilyn Anderson Class of 1944
Army, 20+ Years
Served 23 years as a physical therapist in the Army Medical Specialist Corps, stationed at hospitals in Washington, Pennsylvania, San Francisco, Germany, and Georgia, Taught in and was Director of the Army's Physical Therapy Educational Program and later was Chief Physical Therapist, Office of the Surgeon General.
Michael L. Garrett
Michael L. Garrett Class of 1965
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
Communiations
Michael Sanders
Michael Sanders Class of 1985
Army, 8 Years
United States Army Aviation. UH-60 Black Hawk Crew Chief.
Paul L Glassner
Paul L Glassner Class of 1941
Army, 4 Years
ACTIVITY DURING WWII AFTER TRAINING HE WAS SENT TO NEW GUINEA AND FROM THERE WAS ASSIGNED TO THE 35TH FIGHTER CONTROL SQUADRON IN THE 5TH AIR FORCE. WAS THEN PUT ON DETAILED SERVICE AS A CORPORAL WITH THE SIGNAL CORPS. FROM THERE THEY SHIPPED OUT TO THE ISLAND OF NOEMFOOR, WHERE THEY MADE D-DAY. FROM NOEMFOOR THEY WERE SHIPPED TO THE PHILIPPINES AND MADE D-DAY AT LUZON. LANDED AT LINGAYEN GULF AND WORKED THEIR WAY DOWN TO MANILA AND WERE PREPARED FOR JAPAN WHEN THE WAR ENDED. THEN SENT BACK TO U.S.
Tim Culver
Tim Culver Class of 1978
Army, 20+ Years
COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR TIM CULVER’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY ARE SIGNIFICANT. CSM CULVER HAS SERVED IN SEVERAL TOUGH AND CHALLENGING JOBS THROUGHOUT HIS 29-YEAR CAREER. UNDOUBTEDLY, THIS EXCEPTIONAL NCO HAS IMPROVED EVERY ORGANIZATION HE WAS ASSIGNED TO. HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE A RESULT OF HIS SUPERB TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL EXPERTISE THAT HE HAS CONSISTENTLY DEMONSTRATED. CSM CULVER IS A TRUE LEADER THAT HAS SHARED A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE WITH COUNTLESS SOLDIERS THROUGHOUT THE AMEDD AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY. AS A SSG IN AUGUST 1994, CSM CULVER SERVED AS THE NCOIC OF THE MEDICAL TREATMENT SECTION WHILE ASSIGNED TO THE 164TH MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL WHILE PROVIDING MEDICAL SUPPORT IN “OPERATION FIRESTORM” LOCATED IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. CSM CULVER AND HIS SECTION SUPPORTED FIREFIGHTERS WHO FOUGHT INTENSE FOREST FIRES FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME. DURING THESE TURBULENT TIMES, HE EVACUATED SEVERAL FIREFIGHTERS FOR LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES AND SUPERVISED THE MEDICAL OPERATIONS OF THREE BASE CAMPS COVERING OVER 120,000 ACRES. THIS DEDICATED NCO WAS LATER RECOGNIZED FOR HIS COURAGE AND COMMITMENT BY THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, AND WAS AWARDED THE STATE’S LEGION OF MERIT FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD. DURING HIS TENURE AT THE 164TH MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL, CSM CULVER VOLUNTEERED AS NCOIC FOR FOUR OPERATION STAND DOWNS, TREATING OVER 3,000 HOMELESS VETERANS INVOLVING SEVERAL HOURS WITH MULTIPLE CIVILIAN AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. CSM CULVER WAS RECOGNIZED FOR HIS EFFORTS AND WAS AWARDED, FOUR ARMY COMMENDATION MEDALS, FIVE ARMY ACHEIVMENT MEDALS, AND NUMEROUS LETTERS OF COMMENDATIONS FROM STATE AND GOVERNMENT VETERANS AGENCIES AND THE WASHINGTON ARMY NATIONAL GUARD COMMANDING GENERAL FOR HIS SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS MADE. HE SERVED AS AN OBSERVER CONTROLLER FROM 1998 THROUGH 2003. AS AMASTER SERGEANT, MSG CULVER SUPPORTED THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AND ARMY RESERVE MEDICAL UNITS WITHIN THE 5TH ARMY REGION OF WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND IDAHO. HE WAS QUICKLY RECOGNIZED AS THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT FOR THE 91 CAREER MANAGEMENT FIELD WHILE OBSERVING AND CONTROLLING COLLECTIVE AND INDIVIDUAL TASKS RANGING FROM SQUAD TO COMPANY LEVEL DURING SIMULATED BATTLEFIELD EXERCISES. IN ADDITION, MSG CULVER TRAINED AND CERTIFIED OVER 1,100 SOLDIERS AS COMBAT LIFESAVERS AND FIELD SANITATION ASSISTANTS IN PREPARATION FOR OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. AT ONE TIME, HE WAS NOTED AS THE BEST MOBILIZATION NCOIC IN HIS ASSIGNED BATTALION AND DEPLOYED MORE THAN ANY OTHER NCO IN THE UNIT. THIS SUPERB NCO HAS FURTHER ASSISTED MOBILIZING MORE THAN TEN SEPARATE UNITS IN THREE DIFFERENT STATES. MSG CULVER SPEARHEADED THE OBSERVER CONTROLLER CERTIFICATION FOR HIS SECTION, BY INITIALLY ENSURING THAT AT LEAST EIGHTY PERCENT OF NCO TRAINERS WERE OBSERVER CONTROLLER CERTIFIED. LATER, HIS DIVISION COMMANDER AWARDED HIM AN IMPACT ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL FOR ACHIEVING THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF CERTIFIED OBSERVER CONTROLLERS IN THE DIVISION. HE TOOK THE INITIATIVE TO EARN HIS EMT CERTIFICATION AT A TIME THAT IT WAS NOT A REQUIREMENT. AT THE SAME TIME, HE ENSURED THAT 100 PERCENT OF HIS PERSONNEL WERE 91W TRANSITIONED AND EMT CERTIFIED. LATER, HIS SECTION WAS COMMENDED FOR SATISFYING THE REQUIREMENT SIX YEARS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE FOR THE RESERVE COMPONENT. IN ADDITION, MSG CULVER WAS NOTED FOR MENTORING SEVERAL SUBORDINATES THAT RESULTED IN ONE WHO WAS SELECTED AS THE BRIGADE’S NCO OF THE QUARTER. MSG CULVER EARNED A MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL FOR THESE ACCOMPLISHMENTS. IN JANUARY 2004, MSG CULVER SERVED AS THE FIRST ENLISTED ADVISOR TO THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL, AND SERVED AS THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE-SEVEN SURGEON’S BATTLE CAPTAIN WHILE DEPLOYED IN IRAQ. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE MEDICAL SUPPORT PROVIDED TO OVER 155,000 COALITION FORCES. AS THE SURGEON BATTLE CAPTAIN, MSG CULVER PROVED HIS COMPETENCE AND PROFESSIONALISM COUNTLESS TIMES AS A SENIOR NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER AMONG A STAFF OF FIELD GRADE OFFICERS. HE WORKED IN THE JOINT OPERATIONS CENTER AS AN ESSENTIAL STAFF MEMBER AND POINT MAN FOR ALL ACTIONS DIRECTED AND IMPLIED BY THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE COMMANDER. THIS INCLUDED THE PREPARATION AND ACCURATE SUBMISSION OF CRITICAL REPORTS FORWARDED TO THE UNITED STATES ARMY CENTRAL COMMAND. HIS DIRECT INVOLVEMENT WAS CRUCIAL TO SETTING THE STAGE FOR SUCCESS OF THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE SURGEON’S CELL WHILE MANAGING MASS CASUALTY SITUATIONS THAT RESULTED IN HIM SUCCESSFULLY ORCHESTRATING OVER FIFTEEN SEPARATE REAL-WORLD MASCAL EVENTS. MSG CULVER DEVELOPED THE SURGEON CELL CRISIS ASSESSMENT TEAM STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND PARTICIPATED IN OVER 1100 EMERGENCY SITUATIONS WHILE IN THEATER. HE WAS RECOGNIZED AND AWARDED THE JOINT SERVICE ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL FOR HIS SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS AS A BATTLE CAPTAIN FOR THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE SURGEON’S CELL. ABOVE ALL, THIS DEDICATED NCO VOLUNTEERED TO EXTEND HIS DUTY IN IRAQ AFTER BEING PERSONALLY REQUESTED BY THE V CORPS DEPUTY SURGEON TO BE HIS FIRST SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL. MSG CULVER PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN DESIGNING, PLANNING, AND ALLOCATING RESOURCES FOR NEWLY CONSTRUCTED FIXED MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES WHILE IN IRAQ. HE DEVELOPED COMBAT LIFE SAVER TRAINING FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL AND DESIGNED THE MTOE FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES MEDICAL CORPS. MSG CULVER ALSO STANDARDIZED THE CONSTRUCT OF THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES MEDICAL CORPS AMBULANCE FLEET, TWELVE BRIGADE MEDICAL CLINICS, AND FORTY BATTALION AID STATIONS. MSG CULVER EARNED THE BRONZE STAR MEDAL FOR THIS ACHIEVMENT. 2005-2007 WHILE ASSIGNED AS THE 385TH TRANSPORTATION BATTALION (TERMINAL) CSM CULVER EARNED A SECOND MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL RECOMMENDATION FOR HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND WAS SELECTED ABOVE HIS PEERS AS THE NEXT GROUP COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR. COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR CULVER IS A GRADUATE OF THE RESIDENT UNITED STATES ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY (CLASS 55). HE NOW SERVES AS THE 654TH REGIONAL SUPPORT GROUP COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR. IN VIEW OF ALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS MADE BY CSM CULVER, HE WAS AWARDED THE ORDER OF MILITARY MEDICAL MERIT.
Timothy Culver
Timothy Culver Class of 1978
Army, 20+ Years
COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR TIM CULVERS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY ARE SIGNIFICANT. CSM CULVER HAS SERVED IN SEVERAL TOUGH AND CHALLENGING JOBS THROUGHOUT HIS 29-YEAR CAREER. UNDOUBTEDLY, THIS EXCEPTIONAL NCO HAS IMPROVED EVERY ORGANIZATION HE WAS ASSIGNED TO. HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE A RESULT OF HIS SUPERB TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL EXPERTISE THAT HE HAS CONSISTENTLY DEMONSTRATED. CSM CULVER IS A TRUE LEADER THAT HAS SHARED A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE WITH COUNTLESS SOLDIERS THROUGHOUT THE AMEDD AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY. AS A SSG IN AUGUST 1994, CSM CULVER SERVED AS THE NCOIC OF THE MEDICAL TREATMENT SECTION WHILE ASSIGNED TO THE 164TH MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL WHILE PROVIDING MEDICAL SUPPORT IN OPERATION FIRESTORM LOCATED IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. CSM CULVER AND HIS SECTION SUPPORTED FIREFIGHTERS WHO FOUGHT INTENSE FOREST FIRES FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME. DURING THESE TURBULENT TIMES, HE EVACUATED SEVERAL FIREFIGHTERS FOR LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES AND SUPERVISED THE MEDICAL OPERATIONS OF THREE BASE CAMPS COVERING OVER 120,000 ACRES. THIS DEDICATED NCO WAS LATER RECOGNIZED FOR HIS COURAGE AND COMMITMENT BY THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, AND WAS AWARDED THE STATES LEGION OF MERIT FOR THE NATIONAL GUARD. DURING HIS TENURE AT THE 164TH MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL, CSM CULVER VOLUNTEERED AS NCOIC FOR FOUR OPERATION STAND DOWNS, TREATING OVER 3,000 HOMELESS VETERANS INVOLVING SEVERAL HOURS WITH MULTIPLE CIVILIAN AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. CSM CULVER WAS RECOGNIZED FOR HIS EFFORTS AND WAS AWARDED, FOUR ARMY COMMENDATION MEDALS, FIVE ARMY ACHEIVMENT MEDALS, AND NUMEROUS LETTERS OF COMMENDATIONS FROM STATE AND GOVERNMENT VETERANS AGENCIES AND THE WASHINGTON ARMY NATIONAL GUARD COMMANDING GENERAL FOR HIS SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS MADE. HE SERVED AS AN OBSERVER CONTROLLER FROM 1998 THROUGH 2003. AS AMASTER SERGEANT, MSG CULVER SUPPORTED THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AND ARMY RESERVE MEDICAL UNITS WITHIN THE 5TH ARMY REGION OF WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND IDAHO. HE WAS QUICKLY RECOGNIZED AS THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT FOR THE 91 CAREER MANAGEMENT FIELD WHILE OBSERVING AND CONTROLLING COLLECTIVE AND INDIVIDUAL TASKS RANGING FROM SQUAD TO COMPANY LEVEL DURING SIMULATED BATTLEFIELD EXERCISES. IN ADDITION, MSG CULVER TRAINED AND CERTIFIED OVER 1,100 SOLDIERS AS COMBAT LIFESAVERS AND FIELD SANITATION ASSISTANTS IN PREPARATION FOR OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. AT ONE TIME, HE WAS NOTED AS THE BEST MOBILIZATION NCOIC IN HIS ASSIGNED BATTALION AND DEPLOYED MORE THAN ANY OTHER NCO IN THE UNIT. THIS SUPERB NCO HAS FURTHER ASSISTED MOBILIZING MORE THAN TEN SEPARATE UNITS IN THREE DIFFERENT STATES. MSG CULVER SPEARHEADED THE OBSERVER CONTROLLER CERTIFICATION FOR HIS SECTION, BY INITIALLY ENSURING THAT AT LEAST EIGHTY PERCENT OF NCO TRAINERS WERE OBSERVER CONTROLLER CERTIFIED. LATER, HIS DIVISION COMMANDER AWARDED HIM AN IMPACT ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL FOR ACHIEVING THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF CERTIFIED OBSERVER CONTROLLERS IN THE DIVISION. HE TOOK THE INITIATIVE TO EARN HIS EMT CERTIFICATION AT A TIME THAT IT WAS NOT A REQUIREMENT. AT THE SAME TIME, HE ENSURED THAT 100 PERCENT OF HIS PERSONNEL WERE 91W TRANSITIONED AND EMT CERTIFIED. LATER, HIS SECTION WAS COMMENDED FOR SATISFYING THE REQUIREMENT SIX YEARS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE FOR THE RESERVE COMPONENT. IN ADDITION, MSG CULVER WAS NOTED FOR MENTORING SEVERAL SUBORDINATES THAT RESULTED IN ONE WHO WAS SELECTED AS THE BRIGADES NCO OF THE QUARTER. MSG CULVER EARNED A MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL FOR THESE ACCOMPLISHMENTS. IN JANUARY 2004, MSG CULVER SERVED AS THE FIRST ENLISTED ADVISOR TO THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL, AND SERVED AS THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE-SEVEN SURGEONS BATTLE CAPTAIN WHILE DEPLOYED IN IRAQ. HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE MEDICAL SUPPORT PROVIDED TO OVER 155,000 COALITION FORCES. AS THE SURGEON BATTLE CAPTAIN, MSG CULVER PROVED HIS COMPETENCE AND PROFESSIONALISM COUNTLESS TIMES AS A SENIOR NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER AMONG A STAFF OF FIELD GRADE OFFICERS. HE WORKED IN THE JOINT OPERATIONS CENTER AS AN ESSENTIAL STAFF MEMBER AND POINT MAN FOR ALL ACTIONS DIRECTED AND IMPLIED BY THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE COMMANDER. THIS INCLUDED THE PREPARATION AND ACCURATE SUBMISSION OF CRITICAL REPORTS FORWARDED TO THE UNITED STATES ARMY CENTRAL COMMAND. HIS DIRECT INVOLVEMENT WAS CRUCIAL TO SETTING THE STAGE FOR SUCCESS OF THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE SURGEONS CELL WHILE MANAGING MASS CASUALTY SITUATIONS THAT RESULTED IN HIM SUCCESSFULLY ORCHESTRATING OVER FIFTEEN SEPARATE REAL-WORLD MASCAL EVENTS. MSG CULVER DEVELOPED THE SURGEON CELL CRISIS ASSESSMENT TEAM STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND PARTICIPATED IN OVER 1100 EMERGENCY SITUATIONS WHILE IN THEATER. HE WAS RECOGNIZED AND AWARDED THE JOINT SERVICE ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL FOR HIS SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS AS A BATTLE CAPTAIN FOR THE COALITION JOINT TASK FORCE SURGEONS CELL. ABOVE ALL, THIS DEDICATED NCO VOLUNTEERED TO EXTEND HIS DUTY IN IRAQ AFTER BEING PERSONALLY REQUESTED BY THE V CORPS DEPUTY SURGEON TO BE HIS FIRST SENIOR ENLISTED ADVISOR FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL. MSG CULVER PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN DESIGNING, PLANNING, AND ALLOCATING RESOURCES FOR NEWLY CONSTRUCTED FIXED MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES WHILE IN IRAQ. HE DEVELOPED COMBAT LIFE SAVER TRAINING FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES SURGEON GENERAL AND DESIGNED THE MTOE FOR THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES MEDICAL CORPS. MSG CULVER ALSO STANDARDIZED THE CONSTRUCT OF THE IRAQI ARMED FORCES MEDICAL CORPS AMBULANCE FLEET, TWELVE BRIGADE MEDICAL CLINICS, AND FORTY BATTALION AID STATIONS. MSG CULVER EARNED THE BRONZE STAR MEDAL FOR THIS ACHIEVMENT. 2005-2007 WHILE ASSIGNED AS THE 385TH TRANSPORTATION BATTALION (TERMINAL) CSM CULVER EARNED A SECOND MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL RECOMMENDATION FOR HIS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND WAS SELECTED ABOVE HIS PEERS AS THE NEXT GROUP COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR. COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR CULVER IS A GRADUATE OF THE RESIDENT UNITED STATES ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY (CLASS 55). HE NOW SERVES AS THE 654TH REGIONAL SUPPORT GROUP COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR. IN VIEW OF ALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS MADE BY CSM CULVER, HE WAS AWARDED THE ORDER OF MILITARY MEDICAL MERIT.

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BONNIE ST. PETER

I WOULD LIKE TO FIND SOMEONE FROM THE CLASS OF 47.MISSED THE XMAS REUNION.
BONNIEV1@Q.COM THANK YOU
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