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Quiet moments of boot camp: Senior square-away time

Pfc. Jacob Brunick, a 22 year-old from Ft. Meyers, Fla., cuts of extra thread from his uniform April 9 during Senior Square Away time. During this free hour, recruits often do this to improve themselves, such as bettering their shaves, exercising and preparing their uniforms.



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This work, Quiet moments of boot camp: Senior square-away time, by LCpl Francisco Abundes, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.10.2012

Date Posted:04.12.2012 10:31

Photo ID:558360

VIRIN:120410-M-#####-181

Resolution:2400x1600

Size:3.64 MB

Location:US

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