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November 2, 2003 | Sandra Murillo, Times Staff Writer
Far from the streets of Baghdad, 17-year-old Capt. Richard Medina leads a small group of teenagers at Camarillo Airport in their first steps toward military careers. Outfitted in Army fatigues and combat boots, the group of about 30 Ventura County youths rush out onto the airport runway, where they practice their drills under the shadow of two World War II transport planes. Medina, a Santa Paula High School honors student, is in charge of the cadets.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 2003 | Sandra Murillo, Times Staff Writer
Far from the streets of Baghdad, 17-year-old Capt. Richard Medina leads a small group of teenagers at Camarillo Airport in their first steps toward military careers. Outfitted in Army fatigues and combat boots, the group of about 30 Ventura County youths rush out onto the airport runway, where they practice their drills under the shadow of two World War II transport planes. Medina, a Santa Paula High School honors student, is in charge of the cadets.
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