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					 I MEF FWD/MHG

     SINGLE
PRE-DEPLOYMENT
      BRIEF
   Family Readiness Officer


    FRO - Mr. Wayne R Bell
    wayne.r.bell@usmc.mil
Deputy FRO – Mrs. Marcela Torres
   marcela.torres@usmc.mil
      Off: (760) 763-2739
      Cell: (760) 464-9103
             AGENDA

C.O.S.C.
Disbursing
Postal
Legal
TMO
Combat Operational Stress Control




      CHAPLAIN
                                   Deployment Stress

    Stress problems are common during deployments

    Stress reactions fall along a continuum

    There is an emotional cycle of deployment

    Tools are available to help build resiliency, cope with separation,
    and manage deployment stress

    Deployment stress Beyond the Brief workshop will be available


STRESS CONTINUUM
        REACTING
        REACTING

                   INJURED
                   INJURED
READY




                             ILL
                             ILL
  Combat Operational Stress Continuum for
                 Marines
      READY           REACTING            INJURED                 ILL
  •   Good to go      •   Distress or    •    More severe •    Stress injuries
                          impairment          or               that don’t heal
  •   Well trained
                                              persistent       without
  •   Prepared        •   Mild,                                intervention
                          transient           distress or
  •   Fit and tough                           impairment
                                                           •   Diagnosable
  •   Cohesive        •   Anxious or                            •PTSD
                          irritable      •    Leaves
      units, ready                                              •Depression
                                              lasting
      families        •   Behavior                              •Anxiety
                                              evidence
                          change                                •Addictive
                                              (personality
                                                                  Disorder
                                              change)




                                                           Chaplain & Medical
Leader Responsibility          Individual Responsibility
                                                               Responsibility
      Emotional Cycle of Deployment:
Emotional Cycle of Deployment:
            Stress & Coping
        Stress and Coping
HIG
 H
      Anticipation             Return and
         of the                Readjustm
      Deployment                  ent
          REACTING




                                  REACTING
                      READY

                     “In the
                     Groove”
LO
W
Emotional Deployment Cycle: Phase-Specific
Challenges For Service Members & Families
• Putting the past
                                               •   Preparation
  into the past
                                               •   Anticipation
• Retraining
                        Post-        Pre-      •   Uncertainty
• Future planning
                     Deployment   Deployment   •   Separation




 •   Readapting       Return &      During     • Dangers
 •   Reconnecting     Reunion     Deployment   • Hardships
 •   Recovering                                • Fear of
 •   Sharing                                     failure
     narratives                                • Isolation
    Direct Sources of Pre-Deployment Stress

                     Service Members (SMs)                 Family Members (FMs)
Body            • Arduous physical training           • Increasing hardships at home
                • Increasing hardships away           • Increasing physical fatigue
                • Increasing physical fatigue
Mind            • Anticipated dangers and             • Anticipated dangers for SM, and
                  challenges                            challenges for self
                • Concern over FM’s welfare           • Concern over SM’s welfare
                • Uncertainty about ability to        • Uncertainty about ability to
                  perform assigned roles                perform assigned roles
                • Anticipated injuries & losses       • Anticipated injuries & losses
Spirit &        • Spending less time with family      • Spending less time with SM
Relationships   • Beginning to separate from family   • Beginning to separate from SM
                  and friends                         • Needing to develop better trust in
                • Needing to develop complete trust     other FMs and the community
                  in peers and leaders
                Resources
Stress & Anger Management

Chaplains

Counseling Service

Military OneSource

Combat Operational Stress Workshops
Administrative Support for
Operation Iraqi Freedom /
  Enduring Freedom




 I MEF (FWD) G-1 Entitlement
           Brief
           Deployment Entitlements

•   Hostile Fire Pay (HFP)
•   Hardship Duty Location Pay (HDP-L)
•   Deployed Per Diem
•   Combat Leave / Combat Zone Tax Exclusion
    – Two Scenarios
• Respite Absence (PDMRA)
• Split Pay
• Savings Deposit Program (SDP)
           Hostile Fire Pay
• Is a monthly entitlement and will not be
  prorated.
• Rate is $225.00 per month.
• Starts on the first day of the month member
  arrives in Area of Responsibility (AOR).
• Stops the last day of the month member
  departs AOR.
           Hardship Duty Location
               Pay (HDP-L)
• Is a monthly entitlement and may be prorated.
• Amount for Iraq and Afghanistan is $100.00 per
  month.
• Hardship Duty Location Pay for designated areas is
  payable to both officers and enlisted Marines.
• Entitlement begins on the day of arrival in the AOR.
• Starts on the 31st day, retroactive to the date of
  arrival in the AOR.
• Stops the day of departure.
         Deployed Per Diem
• Is a daily entitlement.
• Amount is $3.50 per day (Contingency)
• Starts the day after arrival in AOR.
• Stops the day prior to departure from the
  AOR.
• Not entitled while on leave, TAD, UA,
  Confined, hospitalized, or on ship.
        Combat Leave and
         Tax Exclusion
• 2.5 days Combat Leave earned per month
• Leave earned while tax excluded is
  considered Combat Leave. There is not a
  separate entitlement for regular and
  combat leave.
• When you take leave, your combat leave
  days will be deducted from your leave
  balance first.
         Combat Leave and
           Tax Exclusion
• There is a monthly cap on the amount of
  income that is tax excludable… that being
  equal to highest rate of E9 (SMMC) pay
  plus $225 (presently that amount is
  7386.30 + $225 = 7611.30).
                  Split Pay
• Allows Marines to receive a portion of their pay at
  their duty locality each payday.
• Works the same as an allotment.
• Started by submitting a Personnel Action Request
  (PAR) to the Deployments Branch OMB account.
• Any changes or stops must also be submitted via PAR
  to the Deployments Branch OMB account.
                       SPLIT PAY
                     REQUEST FORM




I, ________________________ request to START split pay in the
amount of $___________ per pay period. (NOT per month)
I am scheduled to depart on or about: _____________________.
Current unit/RUC/MCC: ____________________.
Signature and date: ______________________.
Last 4 of SSN: ___________________________.

Note: Return this form to MEF (FWD) G-1 2 weeks prior to you
actually deploying.

** Must be participating in the Direct Deposit Program (DDP).
          Savings Deposit Program
• This is a Disbursing Function and will be covered
  once you are in country.
• $10,000 maximum contributable amount.
• Must be in country 30 days IOT contribute.
• All unallotted pay may be contributed, not to exceed
  net disposable income.
• If deposited before 10th of each month it accrues
  interest for entire month; if after the 10th, it begins
  interest accrual the following month.
• Ensure that your agent has a Power of Attorney that
  grants them authorization to deposit money.
         Savings Deposit Program

• Withdrawls may be obtained via fax or e-mail.
• Marines may either call Toll Free 1-800-624-7368
  DSN 580-6545 or Comm (216) 522-6545; or send e-
  mail from a dot mil address (***@***.mil) to CCL-
  SDP@DFAS.MIL
  Fax (216) 522-6924
I MEF
POSTAL
Operation
Enduring
Freedom
                  Classes of Mail
• FIRST CLASS (13 oz or less)
   – Averaging about 7-10 days for delivery
• PRIORITY (Over 13 oz. up to 70 lbs.)
   – Recommended for packages.
   – Average about 7-10 days delivery.
   – LARGE FPO/APO FLAT RATE BOX ($12.50regardless of weight)
   – FLAT RATE BOX ($10.70 regardless of weight)
   – FLAT RATE ENVELOPE ($4.90 regardless of weight)
• PARCEL POST (Over 2 lbs. up to 70 lbs.)
   – Slowest/Cheapest way to send packages.
   – Average about 8-14 days delivery.
• MOTO MAIL (Email to Hard-copy letter)
• NON-POSTAL (USPS) carriers (i.e., FEDEX, UPS,
  DHL) are not handled by Military Postal Clerks.
PROPER PACKING IS A MUST
         TIPS FOR PROPER PACKAGING
• Recommend NYLON FILAMENT FIBER TAPE OR MAILING
  TAPE. Masking and scotch tape are NOT AUTHORIZED.

• Place LIQUID items such as salsa, lotion and beverages in
  separate zip lock bags.

• Always use the SMALLEST box possible.

• Always use DURABLE boxes.

• Use BUBBLE WRAP/STYROFOAM POPCORN when sending
  breakable items.

• Package items TIGHTLY to avoid shifting.
          TIPS FOR PROPER PACKAGING
• Never send BULKY items in an envelope
  (i.e,. Keys, Dog Tags, Rings, and Cassette Tapes).

• Include the RETURN and ADDRESSEES ADDRESS inside the
  parcel.

• Place the address on only one side of the article being mailed.

• Use INSURANCE on packages that contain valuable items
  going to and from the U.S. and deployment site.
             CUSTOMS REGULATIONS
• All mail weighing OVER 16 OUNCES must be presented to a
  post office for mailing.

• All parcels being sent FROM, TO or BETWEEN an APO/FPO
  must bear a customs form.

• To assist customs and prevent damage to your package,
  include Lock Combination or Keys when mailing sea-bags, or
  foot lockers.

• Custom forms must be filled out in DETAIL.
               MAILING RESTRICTIONS
• OBSCENE MATERIAL (pictures, magazines, nude or semi-
  nude).
• PORK and PORK BY-PRODUCTS.
• LARGE QUANTITIES of material contrary to the Islamic
  belief. Quantities for personal use are permissible.
• No Alcohol.
• For additional restriction, contact your local military post
  office.
• EXPRESS MAIL not authorized.
   – If accidentally accepted at post office, request refund for
     overpayment.
FREE Postal Mailing Supplies
Sent to your home (ask for military package)
www.USPS.com 1-800-610-8734


                         6 Priority Boxes
                         6 Mailing labels
                         6 US Customs Forms
                         1 Roll of Tape
   PERSONAL DEPLOYED ADDRESS

RANK, L. NAME, F. NAME, M.I. (LAST 4)
I MEF/IMHG FWD (SECTION)
Unit 42511
FPO AP 96427-2511
       Never change address
       Most Important Slide!!!
CHANGE OF ADDRESS FORM – PS
        FORM 3575
                     FREE MAIL
• FROM an overseas combat location TO the United
  States ONLY.

• Postcards, Letters and Recorded Communications
  (whether sound or video) with the character of
  personal correspondence.

• Must have a FROM and a TO address.

• “FREE” written in the top right corner.
I MEF MotoMail Brief
MotoMail Definition



 Free USMC system that delivers sealed letters
submitted via the Internet from anywhere and is
printed at USMC Post Offices in Afghanistan and
    usually delivered within 24 hours or less
www.MotoMail.us Website
                          How Does It Work?
    (3) Downloaded from                             (4) Printed in Unit #
                                                    order on any PC with
      website Anytime
                                                       a Print-2-Mail
                                                        Folder/Sealer
                                                           Anytime




         (2) Sent to
       MotoMail Server




                                   (6) Letter
                                 Read & Re-read

                                                  (5) Delivered thru
(1) Submit via any Internet PC                    unit mail call
from Anywhere
          WWW.MotoMail.us
                         Website Features

•   Address Book
•   Letter Status Report
•   Support the Troops – not to a specific Marine
•   Chat Board – family members to communicate
•   Customer Feedback about MotoMail service
•   News & Media – Handouts, Posters & News
•   Customer Care Inquiries
    – Suggestions, Problems, & Help via email or toll free number.
• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
• Tell-A-Friend – Spread the news
• Photo Mail – a feature that allows family members to
  send photos inside of the MotoMail letter.
                        MotoMail Locations




• MotoMail - submitted via the    • MotoMail in Afghanistan are printed at
Internet from anywhere, anytime   Bastion and flown or convoyed to FOB’S
       What MotoMail CAN’T do

• NOT available worldwide for delivery
  – Currently available in Iraq, Afghanistan,
    and the MEUs.



• MotoMail CAN’T be sent FROM
  Afghanistan to the U.S. (Can be sent
 locally within Afghanistan)
                       MotoMail POC Info
I MEF POC
Postal Officer
Box 555001
Camp Pendleton CA 92055-5001

DSN 361-1196
Comm. 1-760-763-1196
E-mail: mcbcampenpostal@usmc.mil

HQMC POC

MotoMail Info:
MotoMail Toll Free 1-877-763-2542
Website: www.motomail.us
             Any Questions?
• Military Post Office
   – 725-5769
   – 763-1196
• Postal Website
  – http://www.i-mef.usmc.mil/MLG/specialstaffsections/postal/

• “We can’t fix it, if we don’t know”
           LEGAL BRIEF


• Presented by the Camp Pendleton
  Joint Legal Assistance Office
 Joint Legal Assistance Schedule
Location: 22 area (Air Station). Building 22161.


   ATTORNEY WALK-IN HOURS
      TUES & THURS at 0700

Appointments are scheduled on Friday mornings at 0700
Wills/Powers of Attorney Class: Mon & Wed at 1300
Notary Hours: All normal business hours
               Topics
    Wills, Power of Attorney
    Landlord/Tenant Best Practices
•   Various Consumer Law issues
•   Service members Civil Relief Act
•   Deployment Myths
•   Scams that affect Service members and
    their family members.
    Components of an Estate Plan
•   Will
•   Powers of Attorney.
•   Living Will
•   Advanced Healthcare Directive
•   Probate Avoidance Measures/Trusts
•   SGLI Advice
•   PADD
•   Death Gratuity
    Important Notes About Wills
NOBODY CAN ORDER YOU TO GET A WILL!
                        Show me your last
                        will and testament!




It has to be a VOLUNTARY document in order to be valid.
    What is a Will? Do you need one?
•  A will allows you to tell the world how to distribute your
   estate upon your death (where your stuff will go).
• You may name an “executor” in your will. This person
   will actually execute the instructions in the will.
• TWO CATEGORIES OF PEOPLE WHO DON’T NEED
   A WILL!
1. You’re single, you have no kids, and you want all of your
   stuff to go to your parents in equal shares.
2. You’re married, you have no kids, and you want all of your
   stuff to go to your spouse.
      You might want a will if…
• If you have kids.
  Very important to appoint Guardians and
  successors Guardians.
* Remember, most biological parents will have
  superior rights to appointed Guardians.

• Part ownership in a family
  farm or business

• Independently wealthy
      You Don’t Need a Will
If everything you own is pictured here,
   you
don’t need a will.
      Powers of Attorney 3 Types
• General Power of Attorney
  Unlimited discretion to your agent.
  Very risky. Pain in your future.

• Special Power of Attorney
  Agent can only do specific things.
  Minimizes risk. Recommended!

• Power of Attorney for the Care of Children
  Battle Damage Assessment
Everything on this page was purchased using
General POAs while the Marine was deployed…
                 Powers of Attorney
   It is difficult if not impossible to revoke a power of attorney
   after you have given it!
  If you want to find out if a business will accept a power of
   attorney, contact them.
          - Banks, Credit Unions, Title Companies, etc.
• Power of Attorney for the Care of Children
    – Is important if both biological parents are unavailable to
        act as a parent.
    – TEMPORARY responsibility over the child. Does not
        change any court-ordered custody.
    – You give this POA to a non-parent who is available in case
        of an emergency. Very important if you have kids.
                              SGLI
 It is not paid automatically to your current spouse!
 Whoever is on your SGLI benficiary form will be paid your
 $400,000.*
*You cannot put minor children on your SGLI beneficiary form
 without special language.

                        Please fill out the SGLI form
                                 correctly…
   Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) gives you rights!
      (no longer called “Soldiers and Sailors”)

• You can terminate your residential lease when you deploy for
  greater than 90 days or you PCS.
   – You must serve a copy of your orders on the landlord!
   – Landlord cannot charge you for breaking your lease.
   – Do it right to ensure you get your full security deposit back.
• You cannot be evicted without a court order
  from a Superior Court judge.
• You can terminate your automobile lease early without fee.
• You can terminate your cell phone contract early without fee.
      Service members Civil Relief Act II
More rights under the SCRA…
                                                Being Sued???
  If you are sued while deployed, you can
  request that court put a “stay” on the
  case until you return and are available.

  If the court proceeds in your absence,
  they must provide you with a lawyer.

* This automatic stay under the SCRA
   does not apply to criminal actions/proceedings.
** Judges routinely refuse to implement this law
   in state family law cases.
   Identity Theft – Preventive Measures
Place an “Active Duty Fraud Alert” on your credit report.
            www.experian.com
            www.equifax.com
            www.transunion.com

Don’t want pre-approved credit cards arriving in the mail?
        www.optoutprescreen.com
Want your yearly free credit report (for each bureau)?
        www.annualcreditreport.com
                 Cell Phones
KNOW YOUR CONTRACT!
You probably do not have an international calling plan!
   - International Long Distance
   - International Roaming
   - International Text Messaging Fees
   - International Data Fees

 ** We see this over and over
   at Legal Assistance.
               Cell Phones
Don’t take my word for it.
                     Automobiles
  A big issue especially for the single Marines.
 Common Occurrence: Marine deploys, hands keys to his buddy on
his way out the door. Marine’s buddy gets the car towed. The
towing company will not release vehicle to anyone other than
registered owner. Vehicle sits in storage lot for 4 months, and the
Marine owes ~$5,000 in towing/storage fees when he comes home.
More often than not, the car is (illegally) sold at a lien sale. Marine
still owes the amount of the car loan + any towing storage fees not
paid for with purchase price. WHAT A MESS!
          Myths That Won’t Die




“I don’t have to pay my bills when I am deployed;
  they’re automatically frozen.” INCORRECT
“My buddy is going to start my car for me once a week and
  otherwise take care of it for me.” INCORRECT
“I don’t have to give a copy of my deployment orders to my
  landlord, he told me he supports the troops and
  will let me out of my lease.” INCORRECT
               Scams That Persist
 Red Cross Scam
Purchasing Extra Life Insurance in a FOB
Area Code / Calling Card Scam
           (809) area code, only $2,425 a minute!
Be wary of anything asking you to “verify” your personal
 information.
Spouses: Most “work from home” schemes are scams
             - Contact MCCS for job assistance
The entire Coast Highway – for cars or electronics.
   This is important when you return from
 deployment
   and have money to be spent.
               Contact Us
Joint Legal Assistance Contact Information:
Building 22161 (next to Base Magistrate)
(760) 725-6558 Office

   ATTORNEY WALK-IN HOURS
     TUES & THURS at 0700
Traffic Management Office
   Camp Pendleton, CA




 SSgt Story
                      Outline
I.  Privately Owned Vehicles
II. Storage Personal Effects
III.Letter of Authorization for Deployment Storage
    (Marines Residing In Barracks)
IV. Letter of Authorization for Delivery of Personal
    Effects
V. Unit Rep Responsibilities
VI. Unit Roster
VII. Additional Information
                        Unit Deployment
Privately owned Vehicles
        DROP OFFS
• Time 0730 & 1300:
  – Monday - Friday
  – Must have current Insurance &
    Registration (Up until return Date)
  – Base Decals
  – Must be in good running condition
  – ¼ tank of gas
  – Complete POV Checklist & Statement
    of Understanding
  – Bring in a 9x12 Orange Envelope
  – (1) Key will be left with TMO
  – Be advised POV storage is only for
    Marines & Sailors that reside in the
    BAQ & do not receive Basic
    Allowance for Housing.
  – * Ref MCO P 4600.39
Storage of Personal Effects
                •        The Unit Rep or S-4 coordinator
                         will make liaison with PE &BC
                         to get effects stored and/or
                         released.
                          The Unit or S-4 will provide PE &
                           BC with (5) documents.


                    1)     LOA for Deployment Storage for
                           Marines living in Barracks.
                    2)     LOA for Delivery & Pickup of
                           Personal Effects
                    3)     Appointment Letter of Rep/
                           Releasing agent for Unit
                           Deployment
                    4)     Unit Rep Responsibility Letter
                    5)     Roster (Marines)

                          BE ADVISED ALLSTATE MOVERS will
                           perform all movement. 0800-1700
                  Letter of Authorization for Deployment Storage
                           (Marines Residing In Barracks)

                                                   Letter Head
                                                                                                         Orders #
                                                                                                            Unit
                                                                                                            Date
Sample
From: Commanding Officer, (Unit Name)
To:      Director, Traffic Management Office, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton
Subj.: LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION FOR DEPLOYMENT STORAGE FOR
         MARINES RESIDING IN BARRACKS
Ref: (a) Marine Corps Personal Property Transportation Manual, Chapter 2; Section 4
         (b) MCO 4600.39
         (c) JFTR U4770
         (d) BO 4050.8
Encl.: (1) Listing of single Marines, occupying government quarters, requesting storage of personal effects.
1. This Letter of Authorization issued in compliance with the provisions of references
    (a), (b), (c), and (d).
Estimated date of return ________________.
Personal Effects / Household Goods will be picked up within 30 days of return from deployment.
2. Marines listed in enclosure (1) are living on base (in unit’s barrack) and are authorized storage at government
           expense.
3. (Rank, Name, Contact Phone) is the Command’s Authorized Representatives. Commercial contractor pickup
           of Personal Effects is requested on (date).
*( The Command will provide two points of contact. One must be a SNCO or above. The SNCO must be
           present during the actual pickup date.)*
                                            Commanding Officer Signature
                                              Or By Direction Authority
         Letter of Authorization to store Personal Effects
            *(SAMPLE        Letter of Authorization for Delivery of Personal Effects SAMPLE)*
                                                 Letter Head
                                                                                                        Orders #
                                                                                                           Unit
                                                                                                           Date
From: Commanding Officer, (Unit Name)
To:    Director, Traffic Management Office, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton
Subj.: LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION FOR REMOVAL OR PICKUP OF PERSONAL EFFECTS

Ref: (a) MCO 4600.39
         (b) JFTR U4770
         (c) BO 4050.8
Encl.: (1) Listing of single Marines, occupying government quarters, requesting removal of personal effects from
      storage.
1. This Letter of Authorization issued in compliance with the provisions of references
    (a), (b), and (c).
2. Due to Marine returning from deployment, request delivery date of personal effects.
3. (Rank, Name, Contact Phone) are the Command’s Authorized Representatives.
                                          Commanding Officer Signature
                                            Or By Direction Authority
           (UR) Responsibilities
a.   The UR will be available for pick up and or delivery on the scheduled day(s) between the
     hours of 0800 - 1700. The UR will ensure that the Marine/Sailors requesting pick-up or
     delivery will be in their rooms from 0800 until 1700.
b.   The UR and/or an appointed representative is required to be at the pickup and
     delivery point.
c.   The UR is responsible for providing TMO with a roster with the names of
     Marines/Sailors that are requesting pick-up or delivery of their personal effects.

d.   The UR will ensure that the Marine/Sailor’s personal effects are accessible to
     the mover. The UR will also ensure that the Marines/Sailors are present to sign
     all storage documents or the UR will be responsible for signing the documents.


e.    All gear requested for delivery by the UR will not be taken back by
     the Carrier or TMO. The UR will be responsible for providing storage
     for the Marines personal effects that is left by the mover.
     Cont Unit Rep Responsibilities
f.    All requests for date and location changes will be made in advance by at least five (5)
      business days.
g.    All cancellations will be made at least (48) hours prior to the scheduled pick up or
      delivery date (s).
h.    All roster changes for the requested gear must be made at least (48) hours prior to
      the scheduled pick-up or delivery date (s).
i.     The UR will be responsible for all attempted pick-ups and/or deliveries. The Unit will
      have to provide a line of accounting to be charged for all attempts.
              TAC: _____________________
              LOA: _______________________
j.    The mover is only required to wait for the UR for 30 minutes prior to departing. The
      mover will not pack, load or deliver any gear without the UR present. To reschedule a
      pick or delivery, the UR will have to wait 15 business days.
k.    The UR will be responsible to inform all the Marines/Sailors that they have 70 days
      from the day of receipt to file any claims for loss or damages. They must submit
      claims in person with a completed DD 1840.
                                     BE ADVISED
l.    The PE & BC will make exceptions on a case by case basis for deliveries for
      the following:
           Marines/Sailors that have been killed in action.
           Marines/Sailors that have been wounded in action.
           Marines/Sailors that are EAS’ing.
           Marines/Sailors that are PCS’ing.
                  Unit Roster

LAST NAME   FIRST NAME   MI   RANK   BRKS #   RM#   SSN#   POV
              Additional Information
• Service Members that receive BAH can store your vehicle and personal
  effects by calling the following numbers below:
• San Luis Rey               (760) 725-5296
   POV Only
• San Onofre                  (760) 725-7519
   POV Only
• Main Side (17 area)        (760) 385-1122
   Self Storage /Charge by weight

Camppendletonstorage.com
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