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CPL. Sandy Utasy, US Army, poses with her Air Pistol on the range at the Tiro Federal Argentina complex prior to the start of shooting competition. CPL. Utasy won a Team Gold Medal for the Women's Air Pistol during the 12th Pan American Games

CPL. Sandy Utasy, US Army, poses with her Air Pistol on the range at the Tiro Federal Argentina complex prior to the start of shooting competition. CPL. Utasy won a Team Gold Medal for the Women's Air Pistol during the 12th Pan American Games

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Base: Buenos Aires

Country: Argentina (ARG)

Scene Camera Operator: Unknown

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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16/03/1995
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