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190127-N-IX266-003
190127-N-IX266-003 CHUK SAMET, Thailand—Soldiers assigned to U.S. Army Pacific listen-in during a safety brief at the pier in Chuk Samet, Thailand, prior to the offload of Military Sealift Command chartered ship M/V Cape Hudson (T-AKR 5066), Jan. 23. The Cape Hudson began the voyage from its home base in San Francisco and took on cargo in Tacoma, Wash., Hawaii, Guam, and Japan before arriving in Thailand. (Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. John D. MacTaggart/Released)

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