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Cadets from the Corliss High School Navy Junior Reserve

Cadets from the Corliss High School Navy Junior Reserve

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Cadets from the Corliss High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps unit carry a P-100 water pump and other equipment during a Damage Control Olympics event. Seven NJROTC units participated in the Damage Control Olympics which was designed to build teamwork through competitions with various timed events such as hose handling and pipe patching. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Andre N. McIntyre/Released)

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12/05/2012
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