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A U.S. Soldier of 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

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A U.S. Soldier of 591st Military Police Company, 93rd

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A U.S. Soldier of 591st Military Police Company, 93rd Military Police Battalion relays information on radio while conducting an active shooter exercise during a Kosovo Force (KFOR) mission rehearsal exercise (MRE) at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, July 5, 2017. The KFOR MRE 23 is designed to prepare the 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team for their deployment to Kosovo in support of civil authorities to maintain a safe and secure environment. KFOR MRE 23 hosts 900 soldiers from 10 nations. The exercise runs from June 19 through July 11 in Hohenfels, Germany. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. William Marlow)

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