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Col. Kevin Williams, commander of the 2nd Infantry

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Col. Kevin Williams, commander of the 2nd Infantry

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Col. Kevin Williams, commander of the 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team , 25th Infantry Division, and Col. Andreas Nanag, commander of the Tentara Nasional Indonesian AD 9th Brigade, walk through a formation of U.S. and Indonesian forces during the 2019 Garuda Shield closing ceremony Aug. 30, 2019, at Dodiklatpur Army Base, Indonesia. Garuda Shield is an annual, bilateral military partnership sponsored by the U.S. Army Pacific and hosted annually by Tentara Nasional Indonesia. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Leah Ganoni, 2IBCT 25th ID PAO)

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2000 - 2020
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