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Shout out to the Buffalo Bills from Marines in Australia

Lance Corporal Alec Buschang, a light armored vehicle gunner with Weapons Co., 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, and a native of Rochester, N.Y., and Lance Cpl. Scott Smolinski, a combat cameraman with the Command Element, 31st MEU, and a native of Buffalo, N.Y., hold a sign cheering the Buffalo Bills from Australia while participating in Exercise Koolendong 13.



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This work, Shout out to the Buffalo Bills from Marines in Australia, by Cpl Codey Underwood, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.01.2013

Date Posted:09.01.2013 06:18

Photo ID:1008504

VIRIN:130901-M-FF989-841

Resolution:1428x1018

Size:551.41 KB

Location:BRADSHAW FIELD TRAINING AREA, NT, AU

Hometown:BUFFALO, NY, US

Hometown:ROCHESTER, NY, US

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