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Airmen assigned to the Hawaii Air National Guard's 204th Airlift Squadron brought home the last command element of the 25th Infantry Division home from Iraq. The 25th ID was the last division headquarters assigned to Iraq. Story by Tech Sgt. Andrew Jackson

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This work, Minuteman Report - Hawaii ANG Brings Last Iraq Command Home, by MSgt John Anderson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.21.2011

Date Posted:12.21.2011 12:17PM


Video ID:133447




Location:TN, US

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