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Description Description: CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 28, 2005) Adm. Thomas Collins presents NASCAR President Mike Helton a commandant coin prior to the Carquest 300 NASCAR race at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

Slug 050528-C-4512L-141 (FR)

Location CHARLOTTE, North Carolina United States

Special 050528-C-4512L-141 (FR)

Photographer PA1 BARRY LANE



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Date Creation Date 05/28/2005 13:25:00 / Submit Date 06/02/2005 13:23:00
Source United States Coast Guard - then log in using the login and password uscg - use the WHAT search term "NASCAR"
Author USCG photo by PA1 Barry Lane
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