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FIRST LADY VISIT

FIRST LADY VISIT
First lady Michelle Obama thanks sailors for their service and hard work during an event at Naval Station Norfolk, Va., July 31, 2009. The event marked the homecoming of the USS Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group and the USNS Comfort from their recent deployments. Her visit was an extension of her continued support for military families.
U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Gina K. Wollman

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