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22 Iraqis took part in AIr Mobile training at JSS India in northern Iraq. 1st Lt. Andrew Higgins was the officer in charge in charge of the training. He comments on the training, and how well the Iraqis did. The class was taught by the Scout Platoon of 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry, out of Fort Bliss, Texas.



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This work, AIr Mobile Training, by MSG Duff E. Mcfadden, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.01.2010

Date Posted:03.01.2010

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:24346

Length:00:00:59

Filename:1003/DOD_100064972.mp3

Location:AL KINDI, IQ

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