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Florida’s EOD experts bring ordnance know-how to Guyana

Master Sgt. Raleigh Rogers of the Florida Air National Guard's 125th Fighter Wing inspects a rack of AK-47 rifles at Camp Ayanganna in Georgetown, Guyana, April 24, 2013. Rogers and other guardsmen were in the South American nation as part of the State Partnership Program, conducting "Ammo Handler and Unit Armorer Assessments." (Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Kielbasa)



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This work, Florida’s EOD experts bring ordnance know-how to Guyana [Image 26 of 26], by MSgt Thomas Kielbasa, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.24.2013

Date Posted:05.06.2013 15:52

Photo ID:924250

VIRIN:130423-F-RH998-775

Resolution:4108x2920

Size:1.55 MB

Location:GEORGETOWN, GYGlobe

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