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Volunteer work aboard WWII destroyer impacts community, sailors

Logistics Specialist 1st Class Matthew Ward, assigned to Navy Operational Support Center Shreveport, throws a line up to the USS Orleck Naval Museum in order to secure a barge into position next to the ship in Lake Charles, La., 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:893544

VIRIN:130316-N-ZZ999-084

Resolution:1575x2369

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Location:SHREVEPORT, LA, USGlobe

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