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Ranger veterans set to motivate, boost morale for overseas service members

Indiana National Guard Army Ranger Charlie Manis poses for a photo while deployed to Vietnam circa 1968.



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This work, Ranger veterans set to motivate, boost morale for overseas service members [Image 1 of 2], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.12.2011

Date Posted:09.12.2011 20:07

Photo ID:455420

VIRIN:110912-A-#####-477

Resolution:867x1280

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Location:INDIANAPOLIS, IN, USGlobe

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