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In the ‘DIRT’: Reserve Marine’s ‘extreme humanitarianism’ takes him around the world

Cpl. Adam Marlatt checks a local council member from Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, for any signs of radioactive contamination in the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. The councilman had been wearing the same jacket for days as he worked in the disaster zone and was concerned about contamination. (Photo courtesy of Cpl. Adam Marlatt)



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This work, In the ‘DIRT’: Reserve Marine’s ‘extreme humanitarianism’ takes him around the world [Image 3 of 4], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.03.2011

Date Posted:08.03.2011 09:24

Photo ID:438315

VIRIN:110803-M-XY241-829

Resolution:887x588

Size:288.89 KB

Location:AICHI, JP

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