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    201st RED HORSE Squadron complete Rotation 3 constructing an air to ground training range.

    201st RED HORSE Squadron complete Rotation 3 constructing an air to ground training range.

    KAZLU RUDA, LITHUANIA

    08.27.2018

    Photo by Master Sgt. George Roach 

    111th Attack Wing

    Members of the 201st RED HORSE (Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers), 201st RHS DET 1 and 271st Combat Communications Squadron, along with their Lithuanian counterparts, pose for a final picture Aug. 27, 2018, before the departure of the Rotation 3 team. Four teams of Airmen, which include primarily Pennsylvania Air National Guard civil engineer personnel, have been working to construct a military air-to-ground training range at the Brigadier General Kazio Veverskis Training Grounds in Kazlu Ruda, Lithuania. They broke ground on the project July 8, 2018, with completion slated for mid-September. The range is designed to provide Lithuanian and other NATO forces with realistic troop training, similar to what the Pennsylvania National Guard's Bollen Air-To-Ground Weapons Range provides stateside.

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    Date Taken: 08.27.2018
    Date Posted: 08.28.2018 07:05
    Photo ID: 4678570
    VIRIN: 180827-Z-QH938-584
    Resolution: 4343x3084
    Size: 1.88 MB
    Location: KAZLU RUDA, LT 

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