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Warehouse interior, medium shot, SENIOR AIRMAN Devine, Hooker, Roulhac and other USAF personnel, 436th Aerial Port Squadron, Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, around a section of the Berlin Wall, a second section of wall in background. The wall sections were docked at Dover AFB, 3 January 2000 and are awaiting transportation to Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio for display at the Air Force Museum

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