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ROK, U.S. Marines assault beaches

Republic of Korea Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicles assault Doksuk-ri Beach April 26 in the Republic of Korea during Ssang Yong 13. The amphibious landing was the culminating event of the annual exercise Ssang Yong, which is designed to strengthen the combat readiness and interoperability of the U.S. and ROK forces. The ROK Marines are from 1st ROK Marine Division. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)



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This work, ROK, U.S. Marines assault beaches [Image 8 of 10], by Cpl Jose Lujano, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.26.2013

Date Posted:05.09.2013 01:36

Photo ID:926813

VIRIN:130426-M-SO590-090

Resolution:3744x5616

Size:8.77 MB

Location:26, KR

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