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USSOCOM General speaks at an Operation One Voice ceremony for the 10th Anniversary of 9-11
Maj. Gen. Mark Clark, U.S. Special Operations Command chief of staff, joined the Operation One Voice team for the final leg of the 5th Honor Ride, and a 9-11 remembrance ceremony, September 10 – 11 at the Lake Lanier Islands Resort, Ga.

By: By Tech. Sgt. Larry W. Carpenter Jr. - 9/15/2011

  • Maj. Gen. Mark Clark rides with Operations One Voice cyclists.
    Maj. Gen Mark Clark (center), U.S. Special Operations Command
    chief of staff, is flanked by Marine Corps Forces Special
    Operations Command Marines during the final leg of the Operation
    One Voice 5th Honor Ride Sept. 10. The final leg was a 20-mile
    ride from the Duluth City Hall to the Lake Lanier Islands Resort, Ga.
  • Maj. Gen. Mark Clark speaks at 9/11 ceremony.
    Maj. Gen. Mark Clark, U.S. Special Operations Command chief of staff, gives the keynote speech during a 9-11 10th Anniversary Ceremony at Peachtree Point Amphitheater located at the Lake Lanier Islands Resort, Ga., Sept. 11. Clark spoke to a crowd of public safety employees, members of the military and distinguished guests from the local community.
  • Maj. Gen. Mark Clark sits with MARSOC Marines during a 9/11 ceremony.
    Maj. Gen. Mark Clark (right), U.S. Special Operations Command chief of staff, sits silently with two Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Marines during a 9-11 10th Anniversary Ceremony at Peachtree Point Amphitheater located at the Lake Lanier Islands Resort, Ga., Sept. 11. The ceremony was the conclusion of events by Operation One Voice that were held for the 29 special operations forces families hosted for the weekend.

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