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US Navy (USN) Gunners Mate Second Class (GM2) Gene A. Carroll (right) fires Mark 38 (MK-38) 25 mm machine gun system during a live-fire training exercise onboard the USN Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship, USS FORT MCHENRY (LSD 43) while the FORT MCHENRY is underway in the South China Sea participating in Exercise Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism 2005 (SEACAT 05)

US Navy (USN) Gunners Mate Second Class (GM2) Gene A. Carroll (right) fires Mark 38 (MK-38) 25 mm machine gun system during a live-fire training exercise onboard the USN Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship, USS FORT MCHENRY (LSD 43) while the FORT MCHENRY is underway in the South China Sea participating in Exercise Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism 2005 (SEACAT 05)

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: USS Fort Mchenry (LSD 43)

Scene Camera Operator: JO3 David J Ham, Usn

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

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24/05/2005
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