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    Oregon Army Guard balances wildland fire training with annual requirements [Image 1 of 14]

    Oregon Army Guard balances wildland fire training with annual requirements

    WARRENTON, OR, UNITED STATES

    07.12.2020

    Photo by Maj. Leslie Reed 

    115th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

    Oregon Army National Guard Bravo Company, 141st Brigade Support Battalion Soldier, Chief Warrant Officer Three (CW3) Michael Benninger, checks and clears a Soldier's M4 rifle before they proceed out onto the zero range on July 12, at Camp Rilea, near Warranton, Ore. The unit cycled more than 30 Soldiers through both the zeroing and qualification process in one day, so they could attending wildland fire red card certification training to support the state if requested. (National Guard photo by Maj. Leslie Reed, 115th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment).

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    Date Taken: 07.12.2020
    Date Posted: 07.23.2020 17:11
    Photo ID: 6283985
    VIRIN: 200712-Z-NJ272-005
    Resolution: 4288x2848
    Size: 6.01 MB
    Location: WARRENTON, OR, US 

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