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    Maine State Troopers from around the state, and family members, applaud award winners during a ceremony at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro on Tuesday.

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    Maine State Police Chief Col. Robert Williams, left, and Deputy Chief John Cote Tuesday applaud State Police computer crime analyst Dawn Ego, who received the Colonel's Award for her work to help identify a young child pornography victim.

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    Retired Maine State Police Trooper Herbert Morse received the Legendary Trooper Award during a ceremony at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro on Tuesday.

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    As this year's Trooper of the Year recipient Cpl. Christopher Smith stands at attention for a Maine State Police color guard, his son, Chase, salutes the flag beside his mother, Megan, and sister Molly during Tuesday's Maine State Police awards ceremony.

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    Trevor Hanna, left, of Oakland, and John Dow, of Eliot, received Special Awards of Commendation during the Maine State Police awards ceremony at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vasslaboro on Tuesday. The men pulled a boy from a burning truck in December.

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    Trevor Hanna of Oakland and John Dow of Eliot were honored Tuesday by the Maine State Police for saving the life of 8-year-old Tyler Turner, who was trapped in a burning pickup truck (not shown) during this accident on Route 27 in Sidney in December. The boy's great-aunt, Sherry Turner, of Jay, died in the accident.

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