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Marines fight man-made erosion on south Florida beaches

By | April 29, 2013

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Marines with Recruiting Station Fort Lauderdale clear south Florida beaches of hazardous debris April 24, 2013 as part of a partnership with Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation. Beginning this May, Marines with Recruiting Substations West Palm Beach and Delray Beach will be a prominent sight as they clear and clean area beaches of trash and debris washed ashore by tides or left behind by beach goers.

Marines with Recruiting Station Fort Lauderdale clear south Florida beaches of hazardous debris April 24, 2013 as part of a partnership with Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation. Beginning this May, Marines with Recruiting Substations West Palm Beach and Delray Beach will be a prominent sight as they clear and clean area beaches of trash and debris washed ashore by tides or left behind by beach goers. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Schmidt, Sgt. Scott Schmidt)


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The beaches in Palm Beach County Fla., will soon be cleaner thanks to local Marine recruiters and their future Marine recruits.   Beginning this May, Marines with Recruiting Substations West Palm Beach and Delray Beach will be a prominent sight as they clear and clean area beaches of trash and debris washed ashore by tides or left behind by beach



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