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#1 KILLER OF MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL Water Sports Swimming, boating, scuba diving, fishing = 13 FY99-03
Don t exceed your ability Never swim alone Stay away from strong currents Swim in areas with life guards No alcohol SWIMMING
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