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Guardians of Marines: MCAS Yuma PMO protects, serves

Maj. Rigoberto Valenzuela, right, civilian Deputy Provost Marshal for Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., Maj. Jeremy W. Thompson, center, the new Provost Marshal for MCAS Yuma, and Master Gunnery Sgt. Bernard D. Coe, left, Provost Sergeant for Marine Corps Air Station Yuma stand alongside patrol cars, next to the station headquarters Aug. 21. They are MCAS Yuma’s PMO leaders, leading both Marine and civilian officers.



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This work, Guardians of Marines: MCAS Yuma PMO protects, serves, by Cpl Reba James, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.21.2013

Date Posted:09.27.2013 12:11

Photo ID:1026718

VIRIN:130821-M-HL954-454

Resolution:4222x2707

Size:1.27 MB

Location:YUMA, AZ, USGlobe

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