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US Army (USA) General (GEN) Peter A. Schoomaker (left), USA CHIEF of STAFF, poses receives a plaque from Peruvian Army GEN Alberto Munoz Diaz, the Peruvian Army CHIEF of STAFF, during the Conference of American Armies Commander's Conference, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina (ARG)

US Army (USA) General (GEN) Peter A. Schoomaker (left), USA CHIEF of STAFF, poses receives a plaque from Peruvian Army GEN Alberto Munoz Diaz, the Peruvian Army CHIEF of STAFF, during the Conference of American Armies Commander's Conference, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina (ARG)

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Base: Buenos Aires

Country: Argentina (ARG)

Scene Camera Operator: Kaye Richey, CIV

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

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02/11/2005
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