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Unbridled service in Japan

Members of the Yama Sakura 61's Public Affairs Office tell the stories of the personnel associated with the exercise. Members include: Mr. Hideo Kawada, Sgt. 1st Class Michael Oliver, Maj. Randall Baucom, Spc. Josh Bennett, Airman 1st Class Laura Yahemiak, Staff Sgt. Fredrick Varney, Spc. Brandy Mort and Staff Sgt. Rebecca Wood.



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This work, Unbridled service in Japan [Image 1 of 3], by SFC Kevin Bell, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.01.2012

Date Posted:02.02.2012 02:40

Photo ID:517675

VIRIN:120201-A-JI701-001

Resolution:3416x2672

Size:6.36 MB

Location:CAMP ITAMI, OSAKA, JP

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