PHOTOS: Clemson Marines fighting Ebola Outbreak in Africa


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TigerNet had the following photos below sent to us directly from SSGT Brenton Webster in the Marine Corps on the Special MAGTAF crisis response Africom.

Webster wants to let all Clemson fans know that he "bleeds Clemson tigers orange!!!!" and to share these pictures to the entire Clemson fan-base.

The other Marine pictured is Jameson Paradeses who is a corporal and also a big Clemson fan.

Their unit is the VMM-264 and they are some of the Marines that are responsible in Africa helping out with the Ebola outbreak. These pics were taken in a MV-22B Osprey coming back from a recent trip from Italy. They are currently stationed in Spain.


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