Father, Daughter Reunite

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    Electronics technician Petty Officer 2nd Class Sam HerediaPerez greets his 7-year-old daughter during a special reunion at Dinsmore Elementary School. HerediaPerez, assigned to the naval Air Station Jacksonville Air Operations Ground Electronic Maintenance Division, has been deployed to Afghanistan as an individual augmentee for the past nine months.

    Navy Visual News Service
    Photo by Kaylee LaRocque

    Date: 02.23.2009
    Posted: 03.04.2009 04:58

    Franks Photos - In Limbo, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Franks Photos - In Limbo 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called TOUR OF DUTY, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. mannedspace 58 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Only "The Best" Are In Memories Through Photographs Gallery, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. patriciachicago 47 months ago | reply

      I love this shot. I just wanted to let you know that I included in a Father’s Day photo tribute on my blog with credit to you. Father’s Day photo tribute Amigram blog
      Pat Oaklief

    4. PapaDaveLavell 44 months ago | reply


      I'm an amateur songwriter and I'm building a slideshow to post to YouTube for a song of mine called, "IT'S A BEAUTIFUL THING". Your photo "Father, Daughter Reunite" at www.flickr.com/photos/dvids/3327421987/ is excellent. Can I use it in my slideshow? (I'll credit you for it- perhaps "courtesy of DVIDSHUB@flickr")


    5. DVIDSHUB 44 months ago | reply

      All the photos posted by DVIDS are public domain and so free for you to use. You may find more photos for your slide show by going directly to www.dvidshub.net. If you register, you can download as many high resolution photos as you need. There is no cost to register.

      Please credit the military photographer Kaylee LaRocque with Navy Visual News Service.

      When you have finished your slide show, please send us the link. We would love to see it.

      Best Regards,
      Social Media Relations Manager

    6. PapaDaveLavell 44 months ago | reply


      Thank you!

      Even though the photos are public domain, I always feel that the right thing to do is to ask for permission to use them. That's especially true if the subject of the photo is people as opposed to landscapes, etc. That goes double if the photo contains children.

      I appreciate your kind reply and will send you the link when I get the slideshow posted later this week. Thanks!

    7. PapaDaveLavell 44 months ago | reply


      Here's the link to my slideshow that contains your photo. Thanks again!


      -Papa Dave

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