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23rd CBRN Battalion training at Dugway

Soldiers from the 23rd CBRN Battalion prepare a patient for the arrival of a Utah National Guard medical evacuation helicopter during maneuvers at Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah, May 2, 2012. The battalion was conducting training exercise Desert Lion in preparation for movement to the Republic of Korea. (Photo by Maj. Justin Hurt)



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This work, 23rd CBRN Battalion training at Dugway [Image 5 of 8], by MAJ Justin Hurt, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.02.2012

Date Posted:05.29.2013 23:42

Photo ID:942658

VIRIN:120502-A-FF018-668

Resolution:5616x3744

Size:6.01 MB

Location:DUGWAY PROVING GROUND, UT, USGlobe

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