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Soldiers obtain a valuable lesson in history

Members of the 2-338th Training Support Battalion travel to Cincinnati, Ohio, to partake in a tour at the Underground Freedom Museum in an opportunity to grow professionally and personally. (U.S. Army photo by 1Lt. Vincent Nicholson)



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Date Taken:02.24.2011

Date Posted:03.14.2011 08:52

Photo ID:377296

VIRIN:140311-A-#####-001

Resolution:4000x3000

Size:1014.04 KB

Location:CAMP ATTERBURY, IN, USGlobe

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