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Army avenges last year’s loss, 8-0, in DLA Army-Navy Flag Football Game

Army and Navy team members pose for a photo Dec. 6 during DLA's 2nd Annual Army-Navy Flag Football Game at Fort Belvoir, Va. The Army team avenged last year's loss with an 8-0 victory. (Photo by Teodora Mocanu)



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This work, Army avenges last year’s loss, 8-0, in DLA Army-Navy Flag Football Game, by Teodora Mocanu, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.06.2013

Date Posted:12.12.2013 13:36

Photo ID:1108071

VIRIN:131206-O-HP966-461

Resolution:538x355

Size:192.18 KB

Location:FORT BELVOIR, VA, USGlobe

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