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Col. G. Mark Bartley receives Bronze Order of de Fleury Medal

Col. John Findley presents Col. G. Mark Bartley with the Bronze Order of de Fleury Medal. Bartley also received the Meritorious Service Medal and several certificates of appreciation. (Missouri National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kyle Cross, 35th Engineer Brigade/RELEASED)



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This work, Col. G. Mark Bartley receives Bronze Order of de Fleury Medal, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.11.2014

Date Posted:01.22.2014 10:36

Photo ID:1153899

VIRIN:011114-Z-ZZ999-001

Resolution:2860x2400

Size:300.14 KB

Location:FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO, USGlobe

Hometown:PINEVILLE, MO, US

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