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Travis AFB spouse creates face masks for people with disabilities

Tracy Obanion says “I love you” in American Sign Language while wearing a face mask with a window. Danielle Lee Loera, the spouse of a technical sergeant stationed at Travis Air Force Base, California, designed and sewed the mask. Obanion, who is deaf, said the mask has helped her read lips and improved nonverbal communication. (Courtesy photo)

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