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110526-N-CW427-041.jpg Photo By: MCSN Clay M. Whaley

May 19, 2021
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - 110526-N-CW427-041 SAN DIEGO (May 26, 2011) Ben Deleon, left, a volunteer surf instructor, and Pfc. Job I. Depass, a patient in the Army Warrior Transition Unit at Naval Medical Center San Diego, leave the water after a surfing lesson. The lesson is part of a recreational therapy class coordinated by the Balboa Warrior Athlete Program. The program helps wounded, ill and injured service members improve their level of function and mobility through exercise and recreational activities. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Clay M. Whaley/Released)


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