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    201st RED HORSE Squadron push forward to the end of their Lithuanian construction project.

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    Video by Master Sgt. George Roach 

    111th Attack Wing

    The plan to construct a robust air-to-ground military training range at the Brig. Gen. Kazio Veverskis Training Grounds, near Kazlu Ruda, Lithuania, began about 2-years ago. Four rotations of Pennsylvania Air National Guardsmen, primarily civil engineer personnel, were tasked with completing the range over a period of approximately 2 months, as part of their deployment for training. Rotation one broke ground early July and the project is ongoing, with rotation two wrapping up their portion of the work mid-August. Rotation 4 will take over from there, with completion of the project slated for mid-September. In this video sequence a member of the 201st RED HORSE Squadron starts and operates one of the many bulldozers needed to grade the construction site.



    Date Taken: 08.20.2018
    Date Posted: 08.26.2018 07:29
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 620709
    VIRIN: 180820-Z-QH938-056
    Filename: DOD_105948228
    Length: 00:01:39
    Location: KAZLU RUDA, LT 

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