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Soldiers with the 415th Civil Affairs Battalion save a man's life recently after a vehicle rollover accident in a small town near Toujarah. Interviews with SFC Manuel Delarosa, team chief and SSG Colin Sudds, medic. SSgt Antoinette Gibson reports. Also available in high definition


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This work, Soldiers Save Local's Life, by SSgt Antoinette Gibson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.19.2013

Date Posted:11.19.2013 10:17AM

Category:Package

Video ID:308614

VIRIN:131119-F-VN235-001

Filename:DOD_100957833

Length:00:01:41

Location:TOUJARAH, DJ

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