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Exercise Eager Lion comes to a close; however, some U.S. military assets will remain behind with our allies in the Kingdom of Jordan. Eager Lion includes land, air and sea warfare with 19 countries participating.


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This work, Exercise Eager Lion Concludes, Some Assets Will Stay in Jordan, by Elliott Fabrizio, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.20.2013

Date Posted:06.20.2013 9:52AM

Category:Newscasts

Video ID:294122

VIRIN:130620-N-XX123-004

Filename:DOD_100843363

Length:00:01:56

Location:JO

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