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Recruiting through training - The drill sergeant way

Instructors, Staff Sgt. Casey Alwine (center) and 1st Sgt. Wesley
Greenman (right), both with the 3/330th, show a soldier the finer points of close-in, hand-to-hand combat.



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This work, Recruiting through training - The drill sergeant way [Image 3 of 3], by MAJ Jennifer Mack, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.13.2013

Date Posted:01.13.2013 22:48

Photo ID:813926

VIRIN:130113-A-AR123-001

Resolution:4272x2848

Size:3.81 MB

Location:PORTAGE, MI, USGlobe

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