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31st MEU Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) team train with Hazardous materials in Okinawa Japan. Produced by Sgt. Paul Robbins, Jr.


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Date Taken:08.8.2012

Date Posted:08.8.2012 11:49AM

Category:Newscasts

Video ID:151278

Filename:DOD_100461827

Length:00:01:03

Location:OKINAWA, JPGlobe

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