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SD Guard engineers build partnership with UK soldiers

Forty South Dakota Army National Guard soldiers from the 153rd Engineer Battalion traveled to the United Kingdom Sept. 13-28 to participate in a Reciprocal Unit Exchange Program, where they worked with British engineers from the 71 Engineer Regiment to construct a 150-meter-long viewing walkway in northern Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park, near Aviemore. The Guardsmen trained their vertical-engineering skills while working alongside military members of a major alliance partner to improve participant knowledge of organization, equipment, structure and operational doctrine.



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Date Taken:09.22.2013

Date Posted:11.13.2013 16:24

Photo ID:1051541

VIRIN:130922-Z-AB123-006

Resolution:2370x1439

Size:2.41 MB

Location:AVIEMORE, SCT, GB

Hometown:EDINBURGH, LTN, GB

Hometown:HURON, SD, US

Hometown:PARKSTON, SD, US

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