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Richard Hines, a 62-year-old homeless army veteran, left, and his his guide or “peer navigator,” Kevin Kaltenbach, scout the blimp hangars in Tustin for veterans services on Friday. As part of Orange County Stand Down, hundreds of volunteers transform the city’s blimp hangar into a temporary military encampment for homeless veterans. There is a mess hall for eating and tent barracks for sleeping. There are showers, medical care, hair cuts, legal advice and much more, all free for homeless veterans.

///ADDITIONAL INFO: TU.1029.STANDDOWN – 10/22/15 – BY JOSHUA SUDOCK, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER –

Picture made at the blimp hangars in Tustin, California on Friday, October 23, 2015.

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