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Marine Korean War Veterans continue to serve

Jack Colleran, the chief-of-staff for Marine Corps League Detachment 565, Baltimore, observes the crowd during the monthly meeting, Nov. 16, 2012. Colleran, who spent 32 years in the Marine Corps Reserve and retired as a sergeant major, has been with the detachment since they purchased the Marine Corps League building more than 20 years ago. From this facility, the members of the detachment help out their fellow Marines, children, needy and their community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Marcin Platek/Released)



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This work, Marine Korean War Veterans continue to serve [Image 3 of 4], by Cpl Marcin Platek, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.16.2012

Date Posted:02.11.2013 21:24

Photo ID:863145

VIRIN:121116-M-QX735-618

Resolution:3089x1971

Size:2.28 MB

Location:BALTIMORE, MD, USGlobe

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