Navy Mineman Ryan Aguiar of Boston, serves with Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division

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Photo Caption:
MISAWA, Japan (Aug. 25, 2015) Mineman Ryan Aguiar, from Boston, assigned to Navy Munitions Command East Asia Division (NMC EAD) Unit Misawa, assembles inert training mines as part of a mine-building training period used to increase operational readiness. (U.S. Navy Photo By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Samuel Weldin/Released)

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