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Download full resolution image Naval Militia Cooks feed troops at Camp Smith

Naval Militia Cooks feed troops at Camp Smith

CAMP SMITH-- Cooks belonging to the New York Naval Militia get ready to feed New York National Guard Soldiers who are assisting in collecting and packing goods destined for Puerto Rico at Camp Smith Training Site on Nov. 15 2017 at Camp Smith Training Site near Cortlandt Manor New York. The New York Naval Militia is comprised of members of the Navy and Marine Corps Reserve who also volunteer to serve in a State Active Duty Status. In this case Navy and Marine Corps cooks were feeding service members processing donations bound for Puerto Rico. (Division of Military and Naval Affairs Photo Courtesy of New York Naval Militia)

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