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Talks to a KOMO reporter in Seattle, Wash. about how troops from Wash. are tremendous and morale could not be better, the rotation of the Stryker Brigade Combat Teams and how continuity is maintained, the difference the Soldiers are making in Iraq, their capabilities and performance, the Soldiers are professional, competent and well-trained. Says the Stryker Brigade Combat Team has exceeded every expectation and proven themselves with new technology. Lt. Gen. Soriano says the unit leads the way in Army transformation and that their role in Iraq shows what the Army of the future will potentially look like. He says Soldiers are interested in the U.S. elections and are registering to vote. Video from 139th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment.


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Date Taken:10.8.2004

Date Posted:02.28.2010 9:58PM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:80089

Filename:DOD_100064968

Length:00:08:28

Location:MOSUL, IQGlobe

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