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US Army Central supports EFMB in Kuwait

Maj. Erin C. Robinson, a medical plans and operations officer with U.S. Army Central, negotiates a wired obstacle during Expert Medical Badge Testing on Camp Buehring, Kuwait. The testing took place over six days. (Photo by Sgt. Adam Keith, Third Army/ARCENT Public Affairs)



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Date Taken:10.16.2013

Date Posted:10.22.2013 14:20

Photo ID:1038367

VIRIN:131016-A-ZZ999-001

Resolution:450x296

Size:37.41 KB

Location:CAMP BUEHRING, KWGlobe

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