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US Army begins fielding of first networked capability set

Soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team at Fort Drum, N.Y., and 4th BCT at Fort Polk, La., are now immersed in an intense cycle of new equipment training that runs through January. (Photo by: Claire Heininger, U.S. Army)



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Date Taken:10.10.2012

Date Posted:10.15.2012 14:27

Photo ID:722717

VIRIN:121010-O-#####-788

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:4.58 MB

Location:FORT DRUM, NY, USGlobe

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