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Seabees work with Bosnia, Herzegovina to build better tomorrow

Colonel Robert J. Marks (right) stands with Petty Officer Second Class Richard Stansbury and two members of the Bosnia and Herzegovina military while visiting the renovation of Bijelo-Potoci Primary School in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina May 31. Seventeen Navy Seabees deployed to Capljina and members of the Bosnia and Herzegovina military are working together to renovate schools in the area in support of Exercise Shared Resilience 2012, a two-week U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff sponsored medical exercise.



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This work, Seabees work with Bosnia, Herzegovina to build better tomorrow [Image 10 of 14], by SPC Ashley Keasler, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.31.2012

Date Posted:06.01.2012 03:23

Photo ID:591939

VIRIN:120531-A-CN113-586

Resolution:3744x5456

Size:9.31 MB

Location:MOSTAR, BAGlobe

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