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    US Army engineers break ground, enhance Polish infrastructure

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    U.S. Army 15th Engineer Battalion and its Polish Allies break ground at the opening ceremony for the U.S. Army Europe-led Resolute Castle 20 at Karliki, Poland, August 13, 2020. The mission is a U.S. Army Europe engineering exercise occurring from August 10 – September 8, 2020; it provides engineering training opportunities with the mission of completing construction projects intended to improve existing host nation infrastructure, which includes the construction of an intermediate staging base, forward arming and refueling point maintenance, the clearing of a helicopter landing zone, and the improvement of a railhead byway and range road at Camp Trezbien, Poland. Additionally, the improvements will include the construction of a general purpose warehouse in Karliki, Poland, and the construction of a fuel system supply point at Drawsko Pomorskie Training Area, Poland. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Hughes and Pfc. Raekwon Jenkins)

    Order of appearance:

    U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jessica Goffena, commander, 15th Engineer Battalion; Polish Land Forces Maj. Krzysztof Krezel, chief of training of Training Assessment Group; U.S. Army Col. Timothy MacDonald, commander, 18th Military Police Brigade; and U.S. Army Sgt. Joe Ruiz, horizontal engineer, 902nd Engineer Construction Company, 15th Engineer Battalion



    Date Taken: 08.13.2020
    Date Posted: 08.14.2020 11:17
    Category: Interviews
    Video ID: 763417
    VIRIN: 200813-A-XH946-525
    PIN: 1
    Filename: DOD_107941527
    Length: 00:01:02
    Location: KARLIKI, PL

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