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Returning Warrior Workshop encourages sailors, families to communicate

Vice Chief of Information Rear Adm. Victor "Vic" Beck gives the keynote address for a banquet of honor during a Returning Warrior Workshop in Palm Desert, Calif. More than 100 sailors and guests attended the workshop‚ a nationwide program providing military members returning from deployments and a guest the opportunity to receive counseling, support and a forum to address deployment issues and assistance through the reintegration process. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Stephen Hickok/Released)



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This work, Returning Warrior Workshop encourages sailors, families to communicate [Image 2 of 13], by PO1 Stephen Hickok, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.24.2013

Date Posted:08.26.2013 06:41

Photo ID:1002828

VIRIN:130824-N-YU482-275

Resolution:2400x1871

Size:337.61 KB

Location:PALM DESERT, CA, USGlobe

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