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335th Signal Command (Theater) SJA

Lt. Col. William Dyer, Staff Judge advocate, 335th Signal Command (Theater), discusses a law case with Master Sgt. Kelly Dunbar (left), SJA NCOIC, and Maj. Gregory Lloyd, SJA Officer. The 335th SC (T) is an operational reserve force with a highly engaged command of more than 8,000 active and Reserve soldiers in direct support of Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn.



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This work, 335th Signal Command (Theater) SJA [Image 3 of 3], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.03.2011

Date Posted:11.03.2011 14:02

Photo ID:483499

VIRIN:111103-A-#####-532

Resolution:2848x3248

Size:4.03 MB

Location:EAST POINT, GA, USGlobe

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