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U.S. Navy Hull Technician Third Class Marc Brandes wears an Advanced Chemical Protective Garment, during a Chemical, Biological and Radiological drill aboard the Arleigh Burke Class Guided Missile Destroyer USS HOPPER (DDG 70) on Sep. 1, 2006. The HOPPER is on a scheduled deployment in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Second Class John L. Beeman) (Released)

U.S. Navy Hull Technician Third Class Marc Brandes wears an Advanced Chemical Protective Garment, during a Chemical, Biological and Radiological drill aboard the Arleigh Burke Class Guided Missile Destroyer USS HOPPER (DDG 70) on Sep. 1, 2006. The HOPPER is on a scheduled deployment in support of Maritime Security Operations and the Global War on Terrorism.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST Second Class John L. Beeman) (Released)

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