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Australian Warrant Officer Don Spinks, right, commends


Australian Warrant Officer Don Spinks, right, commends



Australian Warrant Officer Don Spinks, right, commends members of Puk Puk Squadron for their efforts during a visit to Taurama Barracks, Papua, New Guinea, during exercise Puk Puk 15, Sept. 12. Puk Puk is a multinational exercise designed to increase interoperability, as well as, strengthen relationships that have roots all the way back to WWII. Spinks, a native of Upper Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia, is the regimental sergeant major of the Australian Army. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. William Hester/ Released)





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