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Suriname dignitaries visit South Dakota

Gov. Dennis Daugaard (second from right) accepts a token of appreciation from John Nay (second from left), U.S. ambassador to Suriname, as Suriname Minister of Defense Lamure Latour (left) and Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch (right), South Dakota National Guard adjutant general look on at the Capitol, June 17.



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This work, Suriname dignitaries visit South Dakota [Image 8 of 19], by 1LT Chad Carlson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.17.2011

Date Posted:06.20.2011 19:32

Photo ID:418163

VIRIN:110617-A-FO377-037

Resolution:4190x2374

Size:5.2 MB

Location:PIERRE, SD, USGlobe

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