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Ariz. Native Has Big Job in Afghanistan

Story by Lance Cpl. Phillip Clark | 2nd Marine Division | Date: 04.26.2011

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Helmand province, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan – A four-year-old boy rode in a parade with his father, who was in his unmistakably identifiable uniform: the Marine Corps dress blues. From that day forward, the Kearny, Ariz., child wanted to be a United States Marine, exactly like his father.

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