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Exercise Fused Response gives Guyana, US Forces chance to hone their skills during night-time training event

Through the use of a night vision device, a Guyana Defense Force soldier and a U.S. special operations force soldier patrol a large field during a nighttime training event, March 8, in the town of Maukuria, outside of Georgetown. The event was part of Exercise Fused Response 2012. The exercise is a Guyana-U.S. military exchange between members of the Guyana Defense Force and U.S. military. This exercise is aimed at improving interoperability and increase capacity among the participating forces to better combat regional threats such as illicit trafficking and organized crime.



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This work, Exercise Fused Response gives Guyana, US Forces chance to hone their skills during night-time training event [Image 6 of 11], by SGT Joseph Tolliver, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.08.2012

Date Posted:03.13.2012 16:28

Photo ID:541366

VIRIN:120308-A-#####-006

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:1.2 MB

Location:GEORGETOWN, GYGlobe

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