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SD National Guard engineers build archery range

U.S. Army Sgt. Jessie Kirschman, left, a project Noncommissioned officer with the 842nd Engineer Company, South Dakota Army National Guard, directs unloading of base material on a road at National Field Archery Association range in Yankton, S.D., June 16, 2013. The unit spent two weeks sculpting the terrain at the archery range to help improve safety and accessibility. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Butler/Released)



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This work, SD National Guard engineers build archery range [Image 1 of 3], by SSG Charles Butler, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.17.2013

Date Posted:06.22.2013 10:04

Photo ID:959019

VIRIN:130617-A-DZ410-015

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:3.05 MB

Location:YANKTON, SD, USGlobe

Hometown:BELLE FOURCHE, SD, US

Hometown:SPEARFISH, SD, US

Hometown:STURGIS, SD, US

Hometown:WALL, SD, US

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