Audio: Staff Sgt. McLaurine comments on air mobile training with Iraqis at JSS Ind

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Staff Sgt. Jeremiah McLaurine is the senior scout for the 1-36 Infantry Scout Platoon, from Fort Bliss Texas. He served as the NCOIC for the 5-day air mobile training course at JSS India, which trained 22 Iraqis on air mobile operations. the class culminated with rides in U.S. UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, where the Iraqis were able to apply what they learned. McLaurine comments on the training aspects of the class and traiing the Iraqis.

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This work, Staff Sgt. McLaurine comments on air mobile training with Iraqis at JSS Ind, 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


Audio ID:24347



Location:JSS INDIA, IQ

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