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Career spans more than four decades Man of few words leaves lasting impression

Eric Erickson (right), Defense Contract Management Agency Combat Support Center program analyst, receives the civilian career service award honoring his 42 years of federal service from Alva Pace, CSC director, at his retirement ceremony held recently at DCMA headquarters at Fort Lee, Va.



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This work, Career spans more than four decades Man of few words leaves lasting impression, by Jo Adail Stephenson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.17.2011

Date Posted:12.22.2011 08:40

Photo ID:503097

VIRIN:111117-O-#####-297

Resolution:2387x1941

Size:1.35 MB

Location:FORT LEE, VA, USGlobe

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