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Soldiers at Camp Arifjan wrestle with Marine Corps style combatives

Soldiers struggle with push-ups during a Marine martial arts class at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Nov. 5, 2013. The class certifies service members from all branches to the rank of grey belt in the Marine martial arts program.



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This work, Soldiers at Camp Arifjan wrestle with Marine Corps style combatives [Image 3 of 6], by SSG Kimberly Hill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.05.2013

Date Posted:12.03.2013 00:26

Photo ID:1064404

VIRIN:131105-A-HY046-121

Resolution:2896x1944

Size:3.36 MB

Location:CAMP ARIFJAN, KWGlobe

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