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Lance Cpl. Christopher Pineault, landing support specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, based in Okinawa, Japan, from Charlton, Mass. talks about his role in supporting Operation Damayan in the Phillipines.


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This work, Lance Cpl. Christopher Pineault, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.14.2013

Date Posted:11.14.2013 6:50PM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:308033

Filename:DOD_100953838

Length:00:04:13

Location:PH

Hometown:CHARLTON, MA, US

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