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German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency - not a piece of cake

Pfc. John Harrison of the 415th Civil Affairs Battalion is qualifying with the M9 9mm pistol as one of the requirements for the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge. The military proficiency events is hosted by the United States Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command here in Twinsburg, Ohio.



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This work, German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency - not a piece of cake [Image 4 of 7], by SFC Andy Yoshimura, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.15.2011

Date Posted:08.16.2011 09:33

Photo ID:443437

VIRIN:110815-A-#####-958

Resolution:500x332

Size:164.49 KB

Location:TWINSBURG, OH, USGlobe

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