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Marines face OC spray

Pfc. Jailyn Dennis, administrative clerk, Marine Corps Corps Logistics Base Albany, receives a blast of Oleoresin Capsicum spray, also known as pepper spray, during Security Augment Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department, here, Oct. 27.



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This work, Marines face OC spray [Image 1 of 3], by Nathan Hanks, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.27.2011

Date Posted:12.01.2011 10:14

Photo ID:493642

VIRIN:111027-O-#####-678

Resolution:2053x2988

Size:10.85 MB

Location:ALBANY, GA, USGlobe

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