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Lessons learned benefit US and Japan soldiers at Yama Sakura 63

Members of the United States Army and The Japanese Ground Self Defense Forces teamed up to collect, track and distribute lessons learned during the bi-lateral training even Yama Sakura 63, held in Sendai, Japan. The JGSDF attended a five day workshop hosted by The Center For Army Lessons Learned team at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Both teams traveled to Japan for YS to close out the training.



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This work, Lessons learned benefit US and Japan soldiers at Yama Sakura 63 [Image 2 of 2], by SGT Nicole Smart, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.02.2012

Date Posted:12.10.2012 21:42

Photo ID:798238

VIRIN:121202-A-JG111-005

Resolution:2698x3874

Size:1.98 MB

Location:SENDAI, AICHI, JP

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