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Left to right: SENIOR AIRMAN Richard Griffin, SGT. Alexander Muniz and AIRMAN 1ST Class George Walker, members of the 43rd Bombardment Wing Corrosion Control Branch, scrub down a B-52G aircraft

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Left to right: SENIOR AIRMAN Richard Griffin, SGT. Alexander Muniz and AIRMAN 1ST Class George Walker, members of the 43rd Bombardment Wing Corrosion Control Branch, scrub down a B-52G aircraft

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Base: Andersen Air Base

State: Guam (GU)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: CHIEF MASTER SGT. Don Sutherland

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

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30/11/1988
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