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French Col. Nicolo Jovonivic, of the French 21st Marine Infantry Regiment, based in Frejus, France, talks to a reporter with Leatherneck Magazine about his involvement in Exercise Bold Alligator 2012 and the collaboration between U.S. and French Marines.



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Date Taken:02.10.2012

Date Posted:02.10.2012

Category:Interviews

Audio ID:29214

Length:00:11:36

Filename:1202/DOD_100322295.mp3

Location:CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, USGlobe

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