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CJTF-HOA insignia traces back to early roots

From left, the insignias of the 2nd Marine Division, Massai Warrior Nation, and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa



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This work, CJTF-HOA insignia traces back to early roots, by PO1 Thomas Ouellette, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.11.2013

Date Posted:10.12.2013 05:29

Photo ID:1034266

VIRIN:130711-N-IZ662-644

Resolution:813x372

Size:202.97 KB

Location:CAMP LEMONNIER, DJGlobe

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