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Fort Eustis firefighters ensure safe sailing at OpSail

(From left) Lt. Dave Wilder and Mel Vermillion, Fort Eustis firefighters, watch crowds touring tall ships from Ft. Eustis Fireboat 30 on the Elizabeth River during Norfolk's Operation Sail 2012 event, June 8, 2012. The team participated in rescue response and fire suppression support as part of the Maritime Incident Response Team, a collective of local law enforcement, fire and rescue, state and federal agencies providing maritime assets to respond to waterfront and waterborne emergencies.



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This work, Fort Eustis firefighters ensure safe sailing at OpSail [Image 11 of 17], by SSgt Wesley Farnsworth, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.08.2012

Date Posted:06.13.2012 13:17

Photo ID:601619

VIRIN:120608-F-AV193-050

Resolution:2616x1744

Size:682.95 KB

Location:NORFOLK, VA, USGlobe

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