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Military members honored at MAC Pig Roast

Rapid City residents, military and civilian, gathered at Main Street Square for the Military Affairs Committee 32nd Annual Pig Roast in Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018.

Rapid City residents, military and civilian, gathered at Main Street Square for the Military Affairs Committee 32nd Annual Pig Roast in Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018. A free dinner was provided for all military members and their families thanks to the support of the local community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James L. Miller)

Military members stand with their awards at the end of the 32nd Annual Military Affairs Committee Pig Roast in downtown Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018.

Military members stand with their awards at the end of the 32nd Annual Military Affairs Committee Pig Roast in downtown Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018. Five Airmen from Ellsworth Air Force Base, and five Soldiers from Camp Rapid were recognized for their outstanding service during the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James L. Miller)

Steve Warren, the last living survivor of Pearl Harbor in South Dakota, stands as he is recognized at the 32nd Annual Military Affairs Committee Pig Roast in downtown Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018.

Steve Warren, the last living survivor of Pearl Harbor in South Dakota, stands as he is recognized at the 32nd Annual Military Affairs Committee Pig Roast in downtown Rapid City, S.D., July 31, 2018. The event, which has gone on for three decades, highlights military members from the past and present for their outstanding service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James L. Miller)

ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE, S.D. --

Military members were honored at the 32nd Annual Military Affairs Committee Pig Roast in downtown Rapid City, July 31, 2018.

Five Airmen from Ellsworth Air Force Base, and five Soldiers from Camp Rapid were recognized in front of leadership from both installations for their outstanding performance in their fields.

Steve Warren, the last living survivor of Pearl Harbor in South Dakota, was also recognized during the night.

The event, which has gone on for three decades highlights military members from the past and present for their outstanding service.

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