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    HQ ARRC Soldiers travel to Guernsey to repair military cemetary

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    GSY, UNITED KINGDOM

    07.19.2018

    Video by Staff Sgt. Michael Sword 

    NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corps

    GUERNSEY, United Kingdom -- Former enemies, now allies, British and German soldiers have come together to work on a unique project on the Channel island of Guernsey – restoring the war graves of military personnel who died on the island during the Second World War.

    It is the first time the German military has returned to Guernsey in uniform since the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands that lasted until 1945.

    The troops serve with NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps based in Gloucestershire and were invited to work at the small military cemetery at Fort George on Guernsey’s east coast, which includes 111 German war graves.

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 07.19.2018
    Date Posted: 07.24.2018 13:24
    Category: Video Productions
    Video ID: 615058
    VIRIN: 180719-A-LW866-001
    Filename: DOD_105853993
    Length: 00:02:06
    Location: GSY, GB

    Web Views: 27
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