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|DescriptionFlickr - Israel Defense Forces - Israeli and Greek Navies Join Forces in Drill.jpg||
May 7, 2012
The Israeli and Greek Navies joined forces and put their cooperation to the test last May, when the two armies conducted a joint-drill near the Island of Piraeus.
Photograph by Staff Sgt. Ori Shifrin, IDF Spokesperson's unit.
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|Date||22 July 2012, 17:18:13|
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|This image was taken by the Israel Defense Force and is released under a Creative Commons license by the Israeli Defence Forces Spokesperson's Unit.
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|Date metadata was last modified||14:09, 25 July 2012|
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