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Australian Defence Force Warrant Officer Brett Parasons,

Australian Defence Force Warrant Officer Brett Parasons,

Australian Defence Force Warrant Officer Brett Parasons, from Yackandandah, of Headquarters Forces Command, Sydney, pitches out of the rough at Yeppoon Golf Course during Talisman Sabre 2011. Talisman Sabre 201... More

U.S. Army and Australian Defence Force personnel attached

U.S. Army and Australian Defence Force personnel attached

U.S. Army and Australian Defence Force personnel attached to the combined exercise support group at Camp Rocky squeeze in a round of golf at the Yeppoon Golf Course during down time while taking part in Talisma... More

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama City, Fla. of 593rd Sustainment Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., pitches out of the rough at Yeppoon Golf Course during down time while taking par... More

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama

U.S. Army Warrant Officer Norris Sherfield from Panama City, Fla. and Master Sgt. Pierre Jackson from Danbury, Conn., of 593rd Sustainment Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., pitch to the green at Yeppoon... More

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