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Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force, Vice Adm.

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Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force, Vice Adm.

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Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force, Vice Adm. Ray Griggs (left center); Chloe, Griggs' spouse (far left); U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Michael Howard (center), commanding general, Military District of Washington; Ester, Howard's spouse (right center); and U.S. Army Col. Jerry Farnsworth (far right), chief of staff, Arlington National Cemetery and Army National Military Cemeteries; pose for a photo on the west steps of the Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, Dec. 7, 2017. Griggs earlier participated in an Armed Forces Full Honors Wreath-Laying Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and visited the USS Maine Memorial and Section 46 of Arlington National Cemetery. (U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser / Arlington National Cemetery / released)

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07/12/2017
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