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Breaking the ice

Civilian employers of Indiana Reservists and National Guardsmen visited the U.S. Coast Guard Mackinaw in February 2013. The visit, known as a Boss Lift, was coordinated by Indiana’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program. The ESGR coordinates Boss Lifts, operational visits to provide civilian employers an up-close look at defense personnel in action. Photo by Staff Sgt. Les Newport



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This work, Breaking the ice, by SSG Les Newport, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.04.2013

Date Posted:02.14.2013 10:36

Photo ID:866292

VIRIN:130204-A-VW985-429

Resolution:2351x3819

Size:2.29 MB

Location:ST. IGNACE, MI, USGlobe

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