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Army Reserve Soldiers from the 431st Civil Affairs Battalion in Little Rock, Ark. visit the Webco mining rock quarry to hone their site assessment skills. Most of them have recently deployed and keeping their skills honed, while at the same time passing down hard won knowledge to new Soldiers. Includes sound bites from Charles Weaver, Webco Mining, Spc. Jordan Carr, CA Team Specialist, Staff Sgt. Travis Honea, CA Team Sergeant and Capt. Kitty Powell, Civil Military Operations Center. Also available in high definition.

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This work, Civil Affairs rocks Arkansas, by SSG Felix Fimbres, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.3.2012

Date Posted:03.4.2012 7:09AM


Video ID:138834




Location:LITTLE ROCK, AR, USGlobe

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