TRIANGLE, Va. (AP) — The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia, is hosting a first-ever exhibit of award-winning photographs by military communicators.
The exhibit opened May 1 and continues through the end of the month. It showcases 36 winning images from an annual Defense Department contest.
The exhibit’s promoter is the Defense Information School at Fort Meade. The school trains service members and civilian military workers from the United States and nearly 80 allied nations as journalists, photographers, videographers and public affairs officers.