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Former British soldier, Vietnam era Green Beret, and pillar of the Special Operations Forces Memorial presented Outstanding Civilian Service Medal

Geoff Barker (front) returning from a mission in Vietnam circa 1970. Barker received his second Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, Sept. 10, for work supporting the Special Operations Memorial.



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This work, Former British soldier, Vietnam era Green Beret, and pillar of the Special Operations Forces Memorial presented Outstanding Civilian Service Medal [Image 2 of 4], by Michael Bottoms, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.01.1970

Date Posted:10.11.2012 11:17

Photo ID:719744

VIRIN:091012-F-YT673-002

Resolution:2002x1360

Size:869.67 KB

Location:TAMPA, FL, USGlobe

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Former British soldier, Vietnam era Green Beret, and pillar of the Special Operations Forces Memorial presented Outstanding Civilian Service Medal

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