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PATROL SQADRON EIGHT

Bahrain ISA

VP-8
DET 1
FPO AA 34099-5910

El Salvador

CSL COMALAPA
UNIT 60001
FPO AA 34007-0001

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Bahrain DSN:318-741-3063 / 318-795-3063
El Salvador DSN: 312-567-0107 / 312-567-1750

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