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Video: Communications essential for JTF-District of Columbia during the 57th Presidential Inauguration

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Communications are essential for the 6,000 National Guard soldiers and airmen supporting the 57th Presidential Inauguration. Interview with SrA Brian Sanks—113th communications flight, D.C. National Guard. Staff Sgt. Lorne Neff. Available in high definition.

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This work, Communications essential for JTF-District of Columbia during the 57th Presidential Inauguration, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.20.2013

Date Posted:01.20.2013 11:45PM


Video ID:279634




Location:WASHINGTON, DC, USGlobe

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