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President William Clinton, accompanied by his family, Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig (right) and Secretary of Defense William Cohen pay their respects to the national ensign, during the Pledge of Alliegence aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67), on July 4, 2000, during the International Naval Review 2000 held in New York City, New York

President William Clinton, accompanied by his family, Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig (right) and Secretary of Defense William Cohen pay their respects to the national ensign, during the Pledge of Alliegence aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67), on July 4, 2000, during the International Naval Review 2000 held in New York City, New York

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Uss John F. Kennedy (CV 67)

State: New York (NY)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Jason B. Keefer, USN

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files
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04/07/2000
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