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A Jordan Soldier, with 7th Mechanized Battalion, 48th

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A Jordan Soldier, with 7th Mechanized Battalion, 48th Mechanized Brigade, treats a notional abdominal wound on a U.S. Army Soldier, with 1st Squadron, 102nd Cavalry Regiment, 44th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the 42nd Infantry Division, New Jersey National Guard, during medical evacuation training, part of the Jordan Operational Engagement Program at Joint Training Center-Jordan August 27, 2019. The Army is optimizing for interoperability with all our allies and partners to strengthen alliances and deliver more effective coalition operations. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Shaiyla B. Hakeem)

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27/08/2019
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