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US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, from the 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, talks with US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Aaron Sieracki, from the 21st Services Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, before a match during the Greco-Roman 19th World Military Wrestling Championship held at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, from the 10th Civil Engineeri...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: US Air Force Senior Airman Corey Farkas, from the 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, talks wit... more

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stands at the podium after receiving the Silver Medal for the 130-Kg weight division at the 19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Larry A. Simmons, ... more

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Larry A. Simmons, ... more

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, bleeds from his eyebrow as Nico Schmidt, from Germany, reacts during their 130-Kg weight division match at the 19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. SRA Farkas wins 3-1. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: US Air Force Senior Airman Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, bleeds from his ey... more

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, receives medical treatment from All Marine Wrestling Coach, Captain Jay Antonelli, Headquarters and Service Batalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, at the19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The ...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: US Air Force Senior Airman Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, receives medical t... more

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune State: North Carolina (NC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Larry A. Simmons, ... more

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