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UNCUT VIDEO INTERVIEW: -----INTERVIEW TOPIC: 75th Training Command testing a "Distributed Simulations Capability" system during support for an outside unit. -----INTERVIEWEE: Army Reserve Master Sgt. Francisco Morales -----INTERVIEWER: Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Stephanie Logue -----FOCUS OF INTERVIEW: Support provided in Louisiana for the unit using the equipment. -----INTERVIEW DATE: 20 October 2012 -----INTERVIEW METHOD: In person -----INTERVIEWEE LOCATION: Belle Chasse, LA -----INTERVIEWER LOCATION: Belle Chasse, LA -----INTERVIEW LENGTH: 9 min 11 sec -----AUDIO FORMAT: Quicktime (.mov) -----NOTES: None/ Available in High Definition.

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Date Taken:10.20.2012

Date Posted:12.21.2012 6:31PM


Video ID:194185




Location:BELLE CHASSE, LA, USGlobe

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