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1st Marine Division Band performs on San Francisco street

Sergeant Chris Parham, a trombone player with the 1st Marine Division Band, from Camp Pendleton, Calif., plays his trombone and leads members of the band as they march through downtown San Francisco, Oct. 5. The band will participate in San Francisco Fleet Week 2012, Oct. 3-8.



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This work, 1st Marine Division Band performs on San Francisco street [Image 3 of 9], by Cpl Joseph Scanlan, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.06.2012

Date Posted:10.06.2012 20:42

Photo ID:677021

VIRIN:121006-M-OM885-106

Resolution:3300x2100

Size:4.94 MB

Location:SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USGlobe

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