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Airmen support lead up event to Air Force Week at Coke-Zero 400

Over 120 Patrick AFB Airmen and delayed enlisted members unfurled a football-field-size American flag at the Coke-Zero 400 race at Daytona International Speedway July 3 during the pre-race festivities.  Gen. C. Robert Kehler, Air Force Space Command commander, was in attendance and helped swear in over 60 future Airmen on the track prior to the race.  The pre-race activities served as a tremendous lead up event for Air Force Week Cocoa Beech which will officially kickoff in late October.

Over 120 Patrick AFB Airmen and delayed enlisted members unfurled a football-field-size American flag at the Coke-Zero 400 race at Daytona International Speedway July 3 during the pre-race festivities. Gen. C. Robert Kehler, Air Force Space Command commander, was in attendance and helped swear in over 60 future Airmen on the track prior to the race. The pre-race activities served as a tremendous lead up event for Air Force Week Cocoa Beech which will officially kickoff in late October.

Daytona, Fla. -- Over 120 Airmen and delayed enlisted members unfurled a football-field-size American flag during the pre-race festivities at the Coke-Zero 400 race on July 3 on the infield of Daytona Speedway. 

Coordinated by members of the 333 Recruiting Squadron and other members of Patrick Air Force Base, Gen. C. Robert Kehler, Air Force Space Command commander, also took part in the activities by swearing in more than 60 future Airmen on the track prior to the start of the race.   

The pre-race activities served as a tremendous lead up to Air Force Week Cocoa Beech, which will official kickoff in late October.