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Eielson Airmen help make local house a home

NORTH POLE, Alaska—Extreme Makeover: Home Edition turned a 900-square-foot North Pole home into a 4,800-square-foot palace in just seven days with the help of hundreds of civilian and military volunteers.  Airmen from Eielson Air Force base aided in construction, security and first-aid duties throughout the week.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder)

NORTH POLE, Alaska—Extreme Makeover: Home Edition turned a 900-square-foot North Pole home into a 4,800-square-foot palace in just seven days with the help of hundreds of civilian and military volunteers. Airmen from Eielson and Elmendorf Air Force bases aided in construction, security and first-aid duties throughout the week. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder)

NORTH POLE, Alaska—Extreme Makeover: Home Edition turned a 900-square-foot North Pole home into a 4,800-square-foot palace in just seven days with the help of hundreds of civilian and military volunteers.  More than 250 Airmen volunteered time and labor to help finish the house on schedule.  The home’s 13 residents were whisked away to Disneyland for the week and returned just in time for the July 15 unveiling.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder)

NORTH POLE, Alaska—Extreme Makeover: Home Edition turned a 900-square-foot North Pole home into a 4,800-square-foot palace in just seven days with the help of hundreds of civilian and military volunteers. More than 250 Airmen volunteered time and labor to help finish the house on schedule. The home’s 13 residents were whisked away to Disneyland for the week and returned just in time for the July 15 unveiling. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jonathan Snyder)