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Facelift for glacier

The glacier sculpture that has sat underneath the jet for more than 20 years at CFB Comox was returned Wednesday to its rightful place after being refurbished and repainted. From left: Stefan Pawlina of Nautech Industries, Sgt. Joel Fitzgerald and artist Kelly Everill. - Scott Stanfield
The glacier sculpture that has sat underneath the jet for more than 20 years at CFB Comox was returned Wednesday to its rightful place after being refurbished and repainted. From left: Stefan Pawlina of Nautech Industries, Sgt. Joel Fitzgerald and artist Kelly Everill.
— image credit: Scott Stanfield
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