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    Date unknown. Looks like they have on Judo gi. Not sure if this is military training or not...any ideas?
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    Japanese Nazi Rockettes?
    SPC Jason C. Diederich, MOARNG
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    The man on the far left has finally realized he can never be a Las Vegas Showgirl .

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    If it is the military, and there is every reason to believe so, they do seem to either be working on their balance or doing some kata ate (kicking) excercises. This also could be the Japanese public school system doing the everyday garden variety judo. Is there a difference?

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    link fixed
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    Originally posted by yamatodamashii
    Japanese Nazi Rockettes?
    Hehehe

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    Originally posted by Richard A Tolson
    The man on the far left has finally realized he can never be a Las Vegas Showgirl .
    Cheers,

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    Now that is funny

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