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Army officer jumps at Normandy reenactment

Members of the Liberty Jump team headquartered in Denison, Texas pose for a photo in front of the Drag-em-oot, a vintage 1943 Douglas C-47 Dakota. Lt. Col. Jeffrey Foundas, (second row, third from left) is a founding member of the team and recently participated in parachute jumps commemorating the 1944 Allied Invasion of Normandy. Foundas’ current ‘real’ military assignment is as a senior liaison officer for the Center for Army Lessons Learned at U.S. Army Africa’s G-3 Operations section in Vicenza, Italy. (Courtesy photo)



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This work, Army officer jumps at Normandy reenactment [Image 3 of 3], by Margret Menzies, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.22.2012

Date Posted:06.22.2012 07:24

Photo ID:609522

VIRIN:120622-A-FW911-001

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