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Smith assumes command of Joint Task Force Guantanamo

U.S. Navy Rear Adm. John W. Smith, Jr. reports to Gen. Douglas M. Fraser, commander, U.S. Southern Command, that he has assumed duties as commander, Joint Task Force Guantanamo, June 25, 2012. (Joint Task Force Guantanamo photo by MC2 Joshua Hammond, U.S. Navy)



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This work, Smith assumes command of Joint Task Force Guantanamo [Image 6 of 24], by PO1 Joshua Hammond, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.25.2012

Date Posted:06.25.2012 18:14

Photo ID:611963

VIRIN:120625-N-NZ935-102

Resolution:2100x1500

Size:585.55 KB

Location:GUANTANAMO BAY, CUGlobe

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