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II Marine Expeditionary Force

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A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, digs into the earth to create a fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, digs into the earth to create a fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants from his fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The force-on-force exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants from his fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The force-on-force exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants from his fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The force-on-force exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants from his fighting hole during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The force-on-force exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A squad with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, conducts a brief to prepare for a patrol during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A squad with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, conducts a brief to prepare for a patrol during a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, scans the treeline for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, watches the tree line for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, watches the tree line for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
Marines with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, contemplate the best plan of action to engage the enemy during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
Marines with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, contemplate the best plan of action to engage the enemy during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, watches the treeline for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, watches the treeline for enemy combatants during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, calls in the position of the enemy over the radio during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
2nd CEB Support Co. digs in to Deployment for Training
A Marine with Support Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, calls in the position of the enemy over the radio during a patrol as part of a force-on-force defensive operations exercise aboard Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, July 30, 2015. The exercise was the first part of a three-week-long deployment for training where the battalion will enhance the Marines’ knowledge of their combat engineer skills in a unique training environment to prepare them for upcoming deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released)
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 drive a Humvee into a water-filled fording pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 drive a Humvee into a water-filled fording pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines with the Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 pull a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement, also known as a7-ton, using the Logistical Vehicle Replacement System’s winch system out of a sand pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, these Marines gained experience in recovering large military vehicles from a sand pit or other simulated terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training
Marines with the Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 pull a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement, also known as a7-ton, using the Logistical Vehicle Replacement System’s winch system out of a sand pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, these Marines gained experience in recovering large military vehicles from a sand pit or other simulated terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 drive a Humvee out of a water-filled fording pit filled aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 drive a Humvee out of a water-filled fording pit filled aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 attach a winch cable to the front of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement, also known as a 7-ton, to pull the vehicle out of a sand pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, these Marines gained experience in recovering large military vehicles from a sand pit or other simulated terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 attach a winch cable to the front of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement, also known as a 7-ton, to pull the vehicle out of a sand pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, these Marines gained experience in recovering large military vehicles from a sand pit or other simulated terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 nearly submerge a Humvee as they drive through a water-filled fording pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training
Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 nearly submerge a Humvee as they drive through a water-filled fording pit aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., July 28, 2015. As part of their training, Marines gained experience in ensuring unit readiness by maneuvering through the obstacle as their vehicle fills with water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/Released)
A family watches as dancers perform a traditional dance during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A family watches as dancers perform a traditional dance during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
The Siva A Manu Polynesian Dance School invites the public to dance with the Polynesian dancers and learn some traditional dances during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
The Siva A Manu Polynesian Dance School invites the public to dance with the Polynesian dancers and learn some traditional dances during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A child stands in front of Polynesian dancers during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.   (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A child stands in front of Polynesian dancers during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A fire dancer spins two fire-sticks in front of him during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.   (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A fire dancer spins two fire-sticks in front of him during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A little girl is lifted onto a pony during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A little girl is lifted onto a pony during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A fire dancer lies on his back and spins a fire-stick on his feet during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.   (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A fire dancer lies on his back and spins a fire-stick on his feet during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A woman with Rhythm of Polynesia sells hand-made fans to attendees of the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A woman with Rhythm of Polynesia sells hand-made fans to attendees of the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A dancer with Rhythm of Tahiti shows a traditional dance of her country during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.   (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A dancer with Rhythm of Tahiti shows a traditional dance of her country during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A Polynesian woman prepares a traditional dish for the local community during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A Polynesian woman prepares a traditional dish for the local community during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A fire dancer spins a fire-stick quickly in front of him during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.   (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
A fire dancer spins a fire-stick quickly in front of him during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, North Carolina, July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
Tavita Saelua, a Master Chief in the Navy, who volunteers as  one of the committee leaders that organizes and runs the festival each year, dances with a group to a traditional Polynesian song during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, N.C., July 24-25, 2015.  Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
II MEF Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival
Tavita Saelua, a Master Chief in the Navy, who volunteers as one of the committee leaders that organizes and runs the festival each year, dances with a group to a traditional Polynesian song during the North Carolina Polynesian Festival at Onslow Pines Park, N.C., July 24-25, 2015. Marines, sailors and their family members volunteered and attended the annual Polynesian Festival, hosted by Onslow County, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the Polynesian area and showcased the culture and heritage of each. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alexander Mitchell/Released)
A Marine with Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group crawls through shallow water near the end of the endurance course the company participated in aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., July 1, 2015. Marines navigated through obstacles to promote and build unit camaraderie while they worked together to progress through swampy terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/released)
Service Company conquers endurance course obstacles, swamps
A Marine with Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 2nd Marine Logistics Group crawls through shallow water near the end of the endurance course the company participated in aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., July 1, 2015. Marines navigated through obstacles to promote and build unit camaraderie while they worked together to progress through swampy terrain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala/released)
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Marines and sailors volunteer at 2nd Annual Polynesian Festival

By Cpl. Alexander Mitchell | July 29, 2015

Dancing, live music, flavorful food and smiling children filled the open field of Onslow Pines Park for the 2nd Annual North Carolina Polynesian Festival, July 24-25, Jacksonville, North Carolina.Marines, sailors and family of military members volunteered and attended the festival, which included an introduction to the many islands that make up the MORE
Marines conduct fording and vehicle recovery training

By Lance Cpl. Aaron K. Fiala | July 28, 2015

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By Lance Cpl. Preston McDonald | July 10, 2015

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