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Live shot of U.S. troops in Camp Casey, South Korea shouting out to Vice President Joe Biden during the Commander in Chief's Ball in Washington, D.C. as part of the 2013 Presidential Inauguration.


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Date Taken:01.21.2013

Date Posted:01.21.2013 10:57PM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:279689

Filename:DOD_100687177

Length:00:05:47

Location:CAMP CASEY, KRGlobe

Hometown:GIMHAE, 48, KR

Hometown:SEOUL, 11, KR

Hometown:ALLENTOWN, PA, US

Hometown:ATHENS, TX, US

Hometown:CHERRY VALLEY, CA, US

Hometown:JACKSONVILLE, FL, US

Hometown:MANHATTAN, KS, US

Hometown:MAPLE VALLEY, WA, US

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Live coverage of The Commander-in-Chief's Ball. The Ball is one of two inaugural balls which the president sponsors. It is open to members of the military and their guests. President George W. Bush organized the first Commander-in-Chief's Ball in 2005 and President Obama has continued the tradition to honor Active Duty and Reserve service members.

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