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New Zealand Soldiers, commonly called Kiwi's, conduct stand-to operations at FOB Bamyan, Afghanistan. Stand-to is a battle drill in which Soldiers simulate real life situations. Soundbite includes WC1. Ray Kareko - Post Warrant Officer, Hometown: New Zealand, Unit: Task Unit Crib 20, Unit Hometown: New Zealand. Produced by Sgt. Rachel Badgeley, Bamyan Province, Afghanistan. Also available in High Definition.


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This work, Kiwi's Stand-to at FOB Bamyan Interview, by SGT Rachel Badgeley, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.19.2012

Date Posted:07.13.2012 12:42AM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:149018

VIRIN:120619-A-LO980-002

Filename:DOD_100440400

Length:00:02:22

Location:BAMYAN PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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