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India Company

Recruit Anthony Sanchez, an 18-year-old from Brindge Passaic, N.J., prepares to swing across a “contaminated area” while trying to overcome an obstacle at the Leadership Reaction Stations on Page Field Feb. 5. This station’s mission tasks the recruits to get across a contaminated area to provide the cleaning solution to those in need.



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This work, India Company [Image 2 of 2], by LCpl Francisco Abundes, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.05.2012

Date Posted:04.12.2012 12:32

Photo ID:558447

VIRIN:120405-M-#####-044

Resolution:2400x1600

Size:2.43 MB

Location:US

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