Free bikes for kids on HAFB

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HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah - Dozens of military kids got a new bicycle Saturday at Hill Air Force Base.

Employees and college interns at Northrop Grumman raised over $6,000 to give bikes to kids on Hill Air Force Base.

"It's fantastic. Just to see that people support the military and the generosity of the employees and interns really makes us proud," said Chief Master Sgt. Mark Baster, 388th Fighter Wing Command Chief at HAFB.

The employee-driven initiative helped get bikes for 74 kids on HAFB.

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