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Army medical student wins international math award

Minneapolis U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion Commander Lt. Col. John Hinck (right) congratulates (left to right) Suraj Kannan, 2nd Lt. James Jones and Joshua Mitchell for winning an international math award from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. (Photo credit: John Largent)



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Date Taken:07.11.2012

Date Posted:07.23.2012 11:48

Photo ID:630291

VIRIN:120711-A-#####-666

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Location:US

Hometown:LOUISVILLE, KY, US

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