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Soldiers from the 1-82 Cav, Oregon National Guard conduct water operations training at the Owyhee River Reservoir during their Annual Training on 17 June 2013. Soldiers were flown in to the area via Chinook helicopters with their zodiac boats and conducted recon operations. Includes sound bites from Lt. Col. Dan Miner, 1-/82 Cav Squadron Commander. Video by MSG Tom Hovie, Oregon National Office of Public Affairs.

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This work, Oregon Guard Soldiers Conduct Water Operations Training, by MSG Thomas Hovie, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.17.2013

Date Posted:06.17.2013 2:22AM


Video ID:293747




Location:PORTLAND, OR, USGlobe

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