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Ft. Huachuca celebrates Army birthday

A special birthday meal served at Ft. Huachuca (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook) A special birthday meal served at Ft. Huachuca (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook)
Birthday cake was part of the celebration (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook) Birthday cake was part of the celebration (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook)
Cooking out on the post (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook) Cooking out on the post (Source: Ft. Huachuca/Facebook)
SIERRA VISTA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Army is celebrating its 240th birthday, and Ft. Huachuca celebrated with a special lunch open to the community.

They posted pictures on Facebook of Thursday's meal featuring crab legs, shrimp, steak and chicken along with birthday cake.

The Army's birthday is June 14.

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