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Col. Omar Jones IV, left, commander, 2nd Armored Brigade

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Col. Omar Jones IV, left, commander, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, presents a Certificate of Achievement to Spc. Melvin Dockett, right, power-generation equipment repairer, Company A, 62nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, during the 2nd ABCT’s observance of the Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Camp Buehring, Kuwait, Jan. 20, 2014. The “Warhorse” brigade hand-picked Dockett because of his knowledge of King to give a speech about the importance of King’s accomplishments.

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20/01/2013
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