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DPRI Team Briefs CNMI Leaders On Proposed Live Fire Training Ranges

William Febuary, Deputy Director of the Defense Policy Review Initiative, Sheri R. Eng, Tim Robert, Lead Planner at Marine Corps Force Pacific, and Colonel Philip J. Zimmerman, Officer in Charge of Marine Corps Activity Guam, from left to right, answers questions from the assembled local officials regarding the military use of Tinian and Pagan during a CNMI Joint Military Training Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement informational brief, Jan. 17, 2014, Saipan, CNMI.



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This work, DPRI Team Briefs CNMI Leaders On Proposed Live Fire Training Ranges [Image 2 of 7], by Sgt John Raufmann, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.17.2014

Date Posted:01.21.2014 22:42

Photo ID:1153447

VIRIN:140117-M-BC209-006

Resolution:2600x1733

Size:947.32 KB

Location:SAIPAN, MPGlobe

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