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A U.S. soldier from 1-27 Infantry Regiment, Wolfhounds,

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A U.S. soldier from 1-27 Infantry Regiment, Wolfhounds,

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A U.S. soldier from 1-27 Infantry Regiment, Wolfhounds, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division prepares to fire an M3 Carl Gustaf Recoilless Rifle during a dry fire exercise August 26 2019 on Puslatpur Marine Base, Indonesia. Garuda Shield is an annual, bilateral military exercise sponsored by the U.S. Army Pacific and hosted annually by Tentara Nasional Indonesia. This year marks the thirteenth iteration of this continuing effort to promote regional peace and security. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc Lawrence Broadnax)

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