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Soldiers prepare for Network Integration Evaluation from the Mission Training Center in Fort Bliss Texas; "Home for Our Troops" build a home for Spc. Tim Hall; soldiers from Warrior Transition Unity compete in the Wounded Warrior Triathlon.



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Date Taken:08.17.2012

Date Posted:08.17.2012

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:30283

Length:00:02:00

Filename:1208/DOD_100468633.mp3

Location:FORT MEADE, MD, USGlobe

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