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Washington Guard combat engineers arrive in Canada for international training exercise

Spc. Tyler Story of Vancouver, Wash., a track vehicle mechanic with the 204th Engineer Company, assists Canadian Warrant Officer Terry Vandenberghe of the 39th Combat Engineer Regiment secure a boat ramp pontoon to a truck in preparation for aquatic training taking place during Kootenay Castor 2012 here. Kootenay Castor 2012 is a two week combined training exercise between Washington Army National Guard and Royal Canadian Army combat engineers to enhance the soldier's skills and tactics.



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This work, Washington Guard combat engineers arrive in Canada for international training exercise [Image 17 of 20], by SPC Ryan Scott, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.11.2012

Date Posted:08.22.2012 23:37

Photo ID:650391

VIRIN:120811-A-HL120-043

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:6.39 MB

Location:TRAIL, BC, CAGlobe

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