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With a US Marine Corps (USMC) FV 430 Command Post Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) Vehicle in place behind him, Captain (CAPT) John Tinning, picks the rock hard ground as First Lieutenant (1LT) Jason Morrison, shovels the lose sand, while Corporal (CPL) Christopher Allen waits his turn, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

With a US Marine Corps (USMC) FV 430 Command Post Armored Personnel Ca...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: ENDURING FREEDOM Base: Camp Ripper Country: Kuwait (KWT) Scene Major Command Shown: 7th Marines Scene Camera Operator: GYSGT... More

Spc. Chelsea Demieri, a native of Oceanside, Calif.,

Spc. Chelsea Demieri, a native of Oceanside, Calif.,

Spc. Chelsea Demieri, a native of Oceanside, Calif., and an all-wheeled vehicle mechanic with the Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, visits the gym accordi... More

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