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Minehound sniffs out explosives at Fort Stewart

Spc. Ellis Branch, a combat engineer assigned to C. Company, 1/3 Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, Third Infantry Division, uses the Minehound mine detector system, during a certification course, April 24.



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This work, Minehound sniffs out explosives at Fort Stewart, by SSG Christopher Blakeslee, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.24.2012

Date Posted:05.15.2012 15:00

Photo ID:580665

VIRIN:120430-A-NL270-001

Resolution:2451x3677

Size:2.08 MB

Location:FORT STEWART, GA, USGlobe

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