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'Blue Steel' brings Good Will to Los Angeles Communities

Members of the USAFA Band perform God Bless America and the National Anthem at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., before the LA Kings play the Phoenix Coyotes, Feb 21. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force.  (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Members of the USAFA Band perform 'God Bless America' and the 'National Anthem' at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., before the LA Kings play against the Phoenix Coyotes, Feb 21. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Members of the USAFA Band perform God Bless America and the National Anthem at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., before the LA Kings play the Phoenix Coyotes, Feb 21. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Members of the USAFA Band perform 'God Bless America' and the 'National Anthem' at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., before the LA Kings play against the Phoenix Coyotes, Feb 21. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Bass player, Master Sgt. Jeremy Laukhuf of the United States Air Force Academy Band “Blue Steel,” delights the audience during a special concert at Art Share Los Angeles, Feb. 24.  Art Share Los Angeles is a community arts center dedicated toward initiating transform through music, art and cultural awareness. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Bass player, Master Sgt. Jeremy Laukhuf of the United States Air Force Academy Band “Blue Steel,” delights the audience during a special concert at Art Share Los Angeles, Feb. 24. Art Share Los Angeles is a community arts center dedicated toward initiating changes through music, art and cultural awareness. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Vocalist, Tech. Sgt Victoria Bruyette of the United States Air Force Academy Band “Blue Steel,” speaks with the young audience members after their special concert at Art Share Los Angeles, Feb. 24.  Art Share Los Angeles is a community arts center dedicated toward initiating transform through music, art and cultural awareness. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)

Vocalist, Tech. Sgt Victoria Bruyette (right) of the United States Air Force Academy Band “Blue Steel,” speaks with the young audience members after their special concert at Art Share Los Angeles, Feb. 24. Art Share Los Angeles is a community arts center dedicated toward initiating changes through music, art and cultural awareness. “Blue Steel” is a component of the United States Air Force Academy Band that performs popular music to enhance community relations and support the recruiting mission of the U.S. Air Force. (Photo by Atiba S. Copeland)