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Vice Adm. Card visits Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Vice Adm. Kendall L. Card, deputy chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance-Director of Naval Intelligence, speaks with sailors from Riverine Squadron 2 during a visit to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command. Card visited NECC to familiarize himself with the capabilities of the command and discuss expeditionary capabilities. NECC serves as a single function command in control of manning, training, equipping and organizing expeditionary forces. (Photo by: Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Steven Hoskins)



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This work, Vice Adm. Card visits Navy Expeditionary Combat Command [Image 24 of 34], by STEVEN HOSKINS, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.02.2011

Date Posted:12.12.2011 22:57

Photo ID:498321

VIRIN:111202-N-LW591-013

Resolution:3000x1996

Size:3.25 MB

Location:VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, USGlobe

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