NHRA Pro Stock driver Jason Line, right, gets pointers on driving an armored Humvee from a soldier, whose name was withheld for security, during a base visit as part of Operation Appreciation's tour of military bases in Kuwait.
NHRA Pro Stock driver Jason Line, right, gets pointers on driving an armored Humvee from a soldier, whose name was withheld for security, during a base visit as part of Operation Appreciation's tour of military bases in Kuwait. Summit Racing Equipment
NHRA Pro Stock driver Jason Line, right, gets pointers on driving an armored Humvee from a soldier, whose name was withheld for security, during a base visit as part of Operation Appreciation's tour of military bases in Kuwait. Summit Racing Equipment

Local racer joins military appreciation tour

December 09, 2015 01:37 PM

UPDATED December 10, 2015 10:33 AM

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