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Apr 25, 2009

Marine Officer Candidates recieve a class on basic land navigation prior to going through a parctical application of the course, during Officer Candidate School Preparation weekend at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, April 25. The OCS Prep weekend is designed to give candidates a glimpse into what OCS life is like.

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Marine Officer Candidates recieve a class on basic land navigation prior to going through a parctical application of the course, during Officer Candidate School Preparation weekend at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, April 25. The OCS Prep weekend is designed to give candidates a glimpse into what OCS life is like.
090425-M-9727T-186.jpg Photo By: Sgt Cory A. Tepfenhart

Apr 25, 2009
Kansas City, MO - Marine Officer Candidates recieve a class on basic land navigation prior to going through a parctical application of the course, during Officer Candidate School Preparation weekend at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, April 25. The OCS Prep weekend is designed to give candidates a glimpse into what OCS life is like.


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