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    Soldiers, Airmen take on rappel tower during Air Assault Course at Camp Dodge [Image 18 of 18]

    Soldiers, Airmen take on rappel tower during Air Assault Course at Camp Dodge

    JOHNSTON, IA, UNITED STATES

    09.06.2022

    Photo by Staff Sgt. Tawny Kruse 

    Joint Force Headquarters - Iowa National Guard

    Pfc. Sierra Foster, a Monroe, Iowa, native and military police Soldier assigned to the 186th Military Police Company, Iowa Army National Guard, prepares to rappel down a 60-foot tower during an Air Assault course hosted at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa, on Sept. 6, 2022. Over 200 Soldiers and Airmen participated in a 12-day U.S. Army Air Assault course held at Camp Dodge, which trains service members in sling load operations and rappelling. The students practiced rappelling and belaying on the tower. Cadre from the Army National Guard Warrior Training Center at Fort Benning, Georgia, traveled as a mobile training team to teach the course. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Tawny Kruse)

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    Date Taken: 09.06.2022
    Date Posted: 09.12.2022 18:27
    Photo ID: 7413156
    VIRIN: 220906-Z-KS612-111
    Resolution: 3342x4729
    Size: 8.04 MB
    Location: JOHNSTON, IA, US 
    Hometown: MONROE, IA, US

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