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  • VIDEO: Displaced RV park residents feel insulted

    Public Health Service Cmdr. Carol Kirkland and friend Robert Braley, a retired Alaska Air National Guard master sergeant, were among military residents recently asked to leave JBLM's Holiday Park campground because their handshake agreement to stay long term violated Army rules. Kirkland has temporarily relocated her 40-foot motor home at the Gig Harbor RV Resort.

Public Health Service Cmdr. Carol Kirkland and friend Robert Braley, a retired Alaska Air National Guard master sergeant, were among military residents recently asked to leave JBLM's Holiday Park campground because their handshake agreement to stay long term violated Army rules. Kirkland has temporarily relocated her 40-foot motor home at the Gig Harbor RV Resort. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Public Health Service Cmdr. Carol Kirkland and friend Robert Braley, a retired Alaska Air National Guard master sergeant, were among military residents recently asked to leave JBLM's Holiday Park campground because their handshake agreement to stay long term violated Army rules. Kirkland has temporarily relocated her 40-foot motor home at the Gig Harbor RV Resort. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Unhappy campers: JBLM tells long-term residents to pull up stakes

May 27, 2016 3:05 PM