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SWCS Receives Army Level Award for Logistical Success

In a ceremony held at Heritage Auditorium in the United States Army Special Operations Command Headquarters, members of the United States Army John. F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School receive the FY12 Chief of Staff Army Supply Excellence Awards Level 2Bravo TDA Property Book for outstanding supply and logistics accountability. CW4 Christopher Carlson (right) along with Sgt. 1st Class Louis A. Magana, Steffon Knox and Sonia Dixon accepted the award from Col. Martin S. Wagner the deputy G4 and host of the awards ceremony, and from Mr. Richard M. Holcomb, deputy to the USASOC commanding general. (U.S. Army Photo by. Staff Sgt. Shelman Spencer, USAJFKSWCS Public Affairs Office)



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This work, SWCS Receives Army Level Award for Logistical Success [Image 2 of 2], by SSG Shelman Spencer, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.24.2013

Date Posted:10.30.2013 11:32

Photo ID:1043290

VIRIN:131024-A-EP957-006

Resolution:6000x4000

Size:2.1 MB

Location:FORT BRAGG, NC, USGlobe

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