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This newscast includes the following stories: Soldiers of the 210 Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, work hard behind the scenes to ensure that every Soldier has ammunition in good working condition, and that damaged ammunition gets disposed of correctly. Interviews: Chief Warrant Officer 2 Eric Scott, ammunitions technician; and Spc. Mark Campfield, ammunitions specialist. (Produced by: Spc. Rebecca Schwab)

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Date Taken:02.27.2010

Date Posted:02.27.2010


Audio ID:24344




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