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Fleet Marine Force pin

Marine Aircraft Group 40 Commanding Officer Col. Kevin Vest congratulates nine of the group's Navy corpsmen who earned their Fleet Marine Force pin while serving with MAG-40, Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Afghanistan. These Sailors spent weeks preparing for their exam and board by studying Marine Corps knowledge.



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This work, Fleet Marine Force pin [Image 2 of 2], by Sgt Samuel A. Nasso, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.12.2009

Date Posted:08.05.2009 00:51

Photo ID:192741

VIRIN:090712-M-#####-005

Resolution:1125x750

Size:976.29 KB

Location:CAMP LEATHERNECK, AFGlobe

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