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More than five-hundred personnel from U.S. Army South, as well as other military units and government agencies have deployed to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay to train in the U.S. Southern Command/Sponsored - Humanitarian assistance exercise known as Integrated Advance twenty thirteen. Soundbites include SGT. Robert Quintero - Reporting - U.S. Army South Public Affairs and Radim Jon Matheson - Deputy Commander Navy South. Produced by Army Sergeant Robert Quintero. Also available in High Definition.

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This work, U.S. Army South Trains in Joint Service Exercise IA 2013, by SGT Robert Quintero, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.13.2013

Date Posted:02.14.2013 2:02AM


Video ID:281784




Location:SAN ANTONIO, TX, USGlobe

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