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Exercise Fortune Guard 22
140806-N-QF605-0079.JPG Photo By: . (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st class Amanda Dunford/Released)

HONOLULU, Hawaii - In this file photo, a Republic of Korea Coast Guardsman and a ROK navy sailor question Able Seaman Grahame Kelaher with the Royal Australian Navy about a mock electronic discharge machine they found in a conex container on USNS Henry J. Kaiser (T-AO 187), Aug. 6, during the live exercise at sea for Fortune Guard 2014. Fortune Guard is the region's premier exercise designed to build regional weapons of mass destruction counter-proliferation capacity and long-term commitment to the proliferation security initiative in the Indo-Asia-Pacific


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