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Huckstep, W H - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
Huckstep, James D - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
Huckstep, Mary - State: Illinois - Year: [Blank]
Huckstep, James E - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]
Huckstep, Mary A - State: Missouri - Year: 1864
Lance Corporal (LCPL), Jonathan K. Huckstep, USMC, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, Okinawa, shakes hands with students through the shutter windows at Sapang Elementary School, Philippines. LCPL Huckstep is taking part in the community relations campaign during Exercise BALIKATAN 2000. BALIKATAN 2000 is a joint combined field training exercise held between US and Philippines forces, and is the largest of its kind since 1995

Lance Corporal (LCPL), Jonathan K. Huckstep, USMC, 1ST Battalion, 3rd ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: BALIKATAN 2000 Country: Philippines (PHL) Scene Camera Operator: SGT Jason M. Carter, Usmc Release Status: Released to Public... more

Lance Corporal (LCPL), Jonathan K. Huckstep, USMC, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, Okinawa, paints the ceiling at Sapang elementary school, Philippines. LCPL Huckstep is taking part in the community relations campaign during Exercise BALIKATAN 2000. BALIKATAN 2000 is a joint combined field training exercise held between US and Philippines forces, and is the largest of its kind since 1995

Lance Corporal (LCPL), Jonathan K. Huckstep, USMC, 1ST Battalion, 3rd ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: BALIKATAN 2000 Country: Philippines (PHL) Scene Camera Operator: SGT Jason M. Carter, Usmc Release Status: Released to Public... more

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