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Volunteer work aboard WWII destroyer impacts community, sailors

Sailors assigned to Navy Operational Support Center Shreveport gather in front of decommissioned World War II destroyer Orleck (DDG 886) on the shores of Lake Charles, La., before performing maintenance and renovations to the ship, March 16, 2013. Sailors from the NOSC accomplished chipping, priming, grinding and painting projects on the Orleck as a service to the museum and it's visitors as well as providing a training opportunity for the sailors. (U.S. Navy Photo by Electronics Technician 1st Class Timothy Butler/Released)



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Date Taken:03.16.2013

Date Posted:03.24.2013 22:36

Photo ID:893540

VIRIN:130316-N-ZZ999-001

Resolution:2617x1740

Size:595.72 KB

Location:SHREVEPORT, LA, USGlobe

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