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    U.S. and Poland continue heritage of rapidly moving troops, ammunition for combat readiness [Image 2 of 4]

    U.S. and Poland continue heritage of rapidly moving troops, ammunition for combat readiness

    U.S. Army muleskinners drove mules up and down the tactically difficult contours of Italy’s Apennine Mountains in World War II, , trudging through marsh flats and over the brittle, loose rock of mountain banks to resupply infantry, field artillery and armor units Jan. 17 to May 18, 1944 during the four battles of Monte Cassino. Today, units like the 115th Brigade Support Battalion “Muleskinners,” 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, which worked out of a Polish Army base in Skwierzyna, Poland, develop relationships with and collaborate with partner forces while conducting training exercises as part of a continued set of rotational U.S. forces in Europe called Atlantic Resolve. (United Kingdom Archive courtesy photo)

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    Date Taken: 07.29.2021
    Date Posted: 07.29.2021 15:56
    Photo ID: 6755800
    VIRIN: 210729-A-WA652-0001
    Resolution: 3013x2327
    Size: 1.4 MB
    Location: SKWIERZYNA, PL 

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    Downloads: 6

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