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3rd Battalion, 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team equipment

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3rd Battalion, 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team equipment

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3rd Battalion, 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team equipment is offloaded from a vessel at the Port of Constanta, Romania for transport to Cincu, Romania for Exercise Saber Guardian 2016. Saber Guardian 2016 is a multinational military exercise involving approximately 2,800 military personnel from ten nations including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Canada, Georgia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and the U.S. The objectives of this exercise are to build multinational, regional and joint partnership capacity by enhancing military relationships, exchanging professional experiences, and improving interoperability between the land forces from the participating countries. (U.S. Army Photo by Chief Warrant Officer 2 Steven Howell, 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team)

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