Lt. Col. Joe Warren, a Lexington police officer, with his daughters Lindsay and Lexie and his wife, Angela, at Saturday’s departure ceremony for the 149th Military Engagement Team, Kentucky Army National Guard. The Warren family communicates via Skype during deployments, even playing board games together.
Lt. Col. Joe Warren, a Lexington police officer, with his daughters Lindsay and Lexie and his wife, Angela, at Saturday’s departure ceremony for the 149th Military Engagement Team, Kentucky Army National Guard. The Warren family communicates via Skype during deployments, even playing board games together. Katie Decker
Lt. Col. Joe Warren, a Lexington police officer, with his daughters Lindsay and Lexie and his wife, Angela, at Saturday’s departure ceremony for the 149th Military Engagement Team, Kentucky Army National Guard. The Warren family communicates via Skype during deployments, even playing board games together. Katie Decker

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