The smallest statue of liberty

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Standing slightly taller than three feet, Miss Gina Marie Incandela, an eight-year-old diagnosed with autism, had the presence of a giant as she set off 920th Rescue Wing's fifth annual military ball January 8 by singing the national anthem. While the honor guard presented the colors, she stuck her arm straight up like she was holding a flaming torch as she sang the words, "land of the free," - then she pulled it down and wound it up as if cheering on her home team when she sang the words, "home of the brave." There were 220 guests in attendance at a local Cocoa Beach hotel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Ryan Liss)

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