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    HQ ARRC utilizes USAREUR staff ride program [Image 1 of 10]

    HQ ARRC utilizes USAREUR staff ride program

    INNSWORTH, U.K. -- U.S. Officers and non-commissioned officers assigned to Headquarters, Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, Imjin Barracks, U.K. look at a map table while receiving a brief on the actions at Pegasus Bridge during the invasion of Normandy by Allied Forces during World War II at the Memorial Pegasus Museum near Ranville, France, April 17. The visit was part of a week-long staff ride to Normandy, utilizing a U.S. Army Europe program and focusing on Operation Overlord from a corps-level perspective and how NATO might execute a similar operation today.

    “It’s a great program that USAREUR has available for Army units stationed in Europe,” said U.S. Army Lt. Col. Adam Hallmark, the staff ride’s lead planner, of the USAREUR staff ride program. “Units can either select from a list of packaged European staff rides provided and overseen by a civilian contractor or they can create and tailor their own so long as it comes in under a certain budget cap; we went the latter.”



    Date Taken: 04.17.2018
    Date Posted: 05.03.2018 11:42
    Photo ID: 4358261
    VIRIN: 180417-A-LW866-100
    Resolution: 3000x2000
    Size: 1.61 MB
    Location: GB

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