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Loadex/Valex/Comex serve as final precombat check before NIE 13.1

Mike Gibson, electrical engineer, Aberdeen Test Center, is seen checking connectivity between network devices inside of the mine-resistant ambush protected all-terrain vehicle Sept. 19, during the Loadex/Valex/Comex as the last pre-combat check and pre-combat inspection prior to Network Integration Evaluation 13.1.



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This work, Loadex/Valex/Comex serve as final precombat check before NIE 13.1 [Image 2 of 4], by SGT Richard Gilbert, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.19.2012

Date Posted:09.24.2012 18:03

Photo ID:671054

VIRIN:120919-A-#####-963

Resolution:680x1024

Size:498.3 KB

Location:FORT BLISS, TX, USGlobe

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