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Video: Marines Express Importance of Corps' Advisor Billets

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Marines who recently returned from a deployment to Afghanistan as military advisors stress the importance of building good bonds with foreign militaries in order to be successful during training or future partnered operations. Produced by Sgt. Michael S. Cifuentes.

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Date Taken:12.26.2012

Date Posted:12.26.2012 10:05AM


Video ID:194481





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