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Carcirieri devotes 68 years of service to Marine Corps

Retired Sgt. Maj. Marion P. Carcirieri, manager at the Marine Mart aboard Camp Geiger, stands in front of a photograph of himself during the Vietnam War in the Marine Mart staff office, Aug. 5. Carcirieri fought at the Battle of Okinawa, in the Korean War and in the Vietnam War during his 31 year Marine Corps career. Carcirieri's brother also fought at the Battle of Okinawa on the other side of the island. "It was a really memorable experience for me."

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This work, Carcirieri devotes 68 years of service to Marine Corps, by LCpl Justin Rodriguez, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.05.2013

Date Posted:08.14.2013 16:39

Photo ID:995460



Size:2.34 MB

Location:CAMP GEIGER, NC, USGlobe

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