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PHCS Ron Bayles South Korea....Vehicles come ashore from utility landing craft 1635 (LCU-1635) during exercise Team Spirit '86. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

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PHCS Ron Bayles South Korea....Vehicles come ashore from utility landing craft 1635 (LCU-1635) during exercise Team Spirit '86. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

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