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Staff Sgt. Jeremy Vought trains at Fort Hunter Liggett

Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jeremy Vought, DVIDS NCOIC / Senior Marine Liaison, traveled to Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif. during the Combat Support Training Exercise 91 1202 to train public affair specialists on how to operate the DVIDS system.



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This work, Staff Sgt. Jeremy Vought trains at Fort Hunter Liggett, by 1LT Fernando Ochoa, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.11.2012

Date Posted:07.11.2012 16:23

Photo ID:622126

VIRIN:120711-A-VA095-035

Resolution:2246x1801

Size:568.63 KB

Location:JOLON, CA, USGlobe

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