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Simulated Explosion Helps Soldiers Train.

Task Force 51 reacts to a simulated generator explosion with civilian casualities outside the TF 51 Oerations building, July 15, 2010.



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This work, Simulated Explosion Helps Soldiers Train. [Image 2 of 20], by SSG Tracci Dorgan, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.15.2010

Date Posted:07.25.2010 11:51

Photo ID:302912

VIRIN:100715-A-#####-020

Resolution:3300x2400

Size:716.62 KB

Location:CAMP ATTERBURY, IN, USGlobe

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