A koi and dragon tattoo on an anonymous sergeant first class Green Beret, part of “Service Ink,” now up at White River Valley Museum in Auburn.
A koi and dragon tattoo on an anonymous sergeant first class Green Beret, part of “Service Ink,” now up at White River Valley Museum in Auburn. RAY SALMAN White River Valley Museum
A koi and dragon tattoo on an anonymous sergeant first class Green Beret, part of “Service Ink,” now up at White River Valley Museum in Auburn. RAY SALMAN White River Valley Museum

‘Service Ink’ at White River Valley Museum tells stories of servicemen, women

July 10, 2015 12:00 AM

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