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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

Devil Dogs swim with the sharks

By Sgt. Scott Whittington | | April 28, 2007

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Lance Cpl. Kyle Cassel (right),armorer with Headquarters and Service Battalion on Camp H.M. Smith and Pfc. William Grochocki (left), a Franklin Park, a supply specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay, photograph Galapagos sharks just off the north shore of Oahu during a Single Marine & Sailor Program outing April 28.

Lance Cpl. Kyle Cassel (right),armorer with Headquarters and Service Battalion on Camp H.M. Smith and Pfc. William Grochocki (left), a Franklin Park, a supply specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay, photograph Galapagos sharks just off the north shore of Oahu during a Single Marine & Sailor Program outing April 28. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Whittington)


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Marines and Sailors stationed on Oahu photograph Galapagos sharks just off the north shore of Oahu during a Single Marine & Sailor Program outing April 28.

Marines and Sailors stationed on Oahu photograph Galapagos sharks just off the north shore of Oahu during a Single Marine & Sailor Program outing April 28. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Whittington)


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Haleiwa, HAWAII -- Lance Cpl. Kyle Cassel (right), a Lancaster, Penn., native, and armorer with Headquarters and Service Battalion on Camp H.M. Smith and Pfc. William Grochocki (left), a Franklin Park, Ill., native, a supply specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay, photograph Galapagos sharks from inside a cage submersed in the water just off the north shore of Oahu, April 28. The Marines came within arms length of the sharks. The event was part of the Single Marine & Sailor Program which caters to all single Marines and Sailors, from the grade of E-5 and below.