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Onboard the U.S. Navy Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS BOXER (LHD 4), Hospital Corpsmen and Damage Controlmen, Mission Oriented Protective Posture 4 suits, pass a volunteer through a decontamination station during a chemical, biological and radiological mass casualty drill. The BOXER is the flagship for Boxer Expeditionary Strike Group currently operating in the Persian Gulf conducting maritime security operations in support of the U.S. 5th Fleet on Dec. 7, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN James Seward) (Released)

Onboard the U.S. Navy Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ship USS BOXER (LHD 4), Hospital Corpsmen and Damage Controlmen, Mission Oriented Protective Posture 4 suits, pass a volunteer through a decontamination station during a chemical, biological and radiological mass casualty drill. The BOXER is the flagship for Boxer Expeditionary Strike Group currently operating in the Persian Gulf conducting maritime security operations in support of the U.S. 5th Fleet on Dec. 7, 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN James Seward) (Released)

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