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Package about how Iraqi Soldiers are learning to operate their heavy weapons but, as Air Force Staff Sergeant Shawn Rose shows us, you may be surprised by who is teaching them to store and handle the ammunition. Soundbite includes TSgt. Duane Edington - Munitions Trainer, 467th AEG, Homebase: Eilson, AK, Hometown: Portland, Or. Produced by SSgt. Shawn Rose.


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This work, U.S. Airmen Train Iraqi Army Munitions Experts, by TSgt Shawn Rose, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.11.2011

Date Posted:10.29.2011 9:52AM

Category:Package

Video ID:128855

VIRIN:111011-F-JK229-001

Filename:DOD_100270549

Length:00:00:48

Location:IQ

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