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Exercise prepares soldiers for real world missions

Civilian personnel working with the 75th Training Command, 3rd Brigade, Great Lakes Division, advise soldiers on changes they can make to improve their ability to react to a nuclear disaster on U.S. soil during United States Army North (Fifth Army) led Vibrant Response 13-2. Photo provided by 75th Training Command.



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Date Taken:08.01.2013

Date Posted:08.10.2013 10:23

Photo ID:992860

VIRIN:130805-A-XX999-020

Resolution:384x288

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Location:CAMP ATTERBURY, IN, USGlobe

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