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Sailors volunteer at Aikwangwon during exercise break

A group of residents from the Aikwangwon Home and School for the Mentally and Physically Disabled performing a rehearsed song for 117 sailors in attendance during a community service event. The 325 residents, staff and teachers interacted with the sailors during the day that included landscaping, wall spackling, singing, dancing and the Chief Petty Officers Association cooking hamburgers and hotdogs for everyone.



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This work, Sailors volunteer at Aikwangwon during exercise break [Image 4 of 4], by PO1 Travis Simmons, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.25.2012

Date Posted:08.26.2012 09:42

Photo ID:652222

VIRIN:120825-N-UN744-017

Resolution:4144x2632

Size:2.49 MB

Location:KR

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