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Video: NASCAR Drivers Visit Luke AFB with USO-Feb 28 2013-Primecuts 6 minutes

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Please direct USO questions to Oname Thompson at (703) 980-6471, or Brief one-line synopsis: Ricky Stenhouse Jr., NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, and Daniel Suárez, NASCAR rising star, visited Luke AFB, AZ with USO before a major race weekend in Phoenix, AZ. Run time: 17:40 Extra info: 1 second of black in between each shot. stereo but only one audio line was captured. Nat sound pop opportunities since mic was on table to catch good audio. Available in High Definition.

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This work, NASCAR Drivers Visit Luke AFB with USO-Feb 28 2013-Primecuts 6 minutes, by SSgt Jaime Ciciora, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.28.2013

Date Posted:03.8.2013 9:27PM


Video ID:283533





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