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AFN Iwakuni conducts live broadcasting

Lance Cpl. Amy Douglas, American Forces Network Broadcaster, delivers the news update inside the AFN building here Oct. 10, 2012. AFN delivers a live broadcast at the end of each month. They also host a live radio show daily.



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This work, AFN Iwakuni conducts live broadcasting [Image 2 of 2], by Cpl Brian Stevens, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.10.2012

Date Posted:10.14.2012 02:46

Photo ID:721734

VIRIN:121010-M-#####-001

Resolution:5184x3456

Size:10.45 MB

Location:IWAKUNI, YAMAGUCHI, JPGlobe

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