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Candidates from U.S. and European partnering nations

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Candidates from U.S. and European partnering nations familiarize themselves with the tasks they need to complete to earn the U.S. Army Europe Expert Field Medical Badge at Lager Aulenbach, Germany on Mar. 14, 2016. Testing begins Mar. 19 consisting of tasks including land navigations, tactical care under fire, and soldier skills with the final event being a 12-mile ruck march that candidates need to compete within 3 hours to earn the badge. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Jeku Arce, 30th Medical Brigade Public Affairs)

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24/03/2016
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