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PHIBLEX 2011

Students and members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines recite the Philippine National Anthem during the dedication ceremony held at Anastacio N.F. Dinglas Elementary School which signifies the end of construction for two additional classrooms as an Engineer Civil Action Project during PHIBLEX 2011 in Barangay San Jose, Ternate, Cavite province, Republic of the Philippines, Oct. 20. PHIBLEX 2011 is a bilateral training exercise that increases both the U.S. and Philippine armed forces' ability to respond quickly and work together effectively to provide relief and assistance in the event of natural disasters and other crises that threaten public safety and health. (Photo by: Lance Cpl. John Kennicutt)



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This work, PHIBLEX 2011 [Image 17 of 35], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.20.2010

Date Posted:10.20.2010 06:59

Photo ID:330655

VIRIN:101020-M-#####-056

Resolution:5616x3744

Size:1.25 MB

Location:SAN JOSE, PH

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