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Jerry Yandell & Dave Youngblood

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Jerry Yandell Sr. (of Those Guys and That Gal Mercenary Service) sent me a few classic pictures he scanned/ reshot.
Regarding the following picture, Jerry writes:
”Dave [Youngblood Dehaan] and I are dressed in suits ready to play the California National Guard.”

Youngblood is Left and Jerry is on the right.

Dug through some emails and found a message from Jake (don’t have Jake’s last name) about the National Guard Event. Jake worked at Unique and played on Navarone, Multi-Death and Top Gun in the early 90s.

Jake writes:
”I started working at Unique Sporting Goods in 90, 91 and 92. I was there at Sat Cong Village during the big game against the National Guard. Do you remember that? 1500 walk on’s vs. 1000 Guardsmen. Walk on’s captured all flags in something like 45 minutes. Then we mixed the players up and it was hella fun.”

Anyone play the National Guard Event at SC?

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