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(From left) Sgt. Ryan Montell and Spc. Emaunel Barnes

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(From left) Sgt. Ryan Montell and Spc. Emaunel Barnes

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(From left) Sgt. Ryan Montell and Spc. Emaunel Barnes with the 16th Engineer Brigade, Ohio Army National Guard, collect data points along the roads of an existing Tank Range in Varpalota, Hungary, June 20, 2016. Their efforts will assist in creating data for the proposed design to update a tank range during Operation Resolute Castle. Soldiers from Tennessee, Alabama, Ohio, and Mississippi Army National Guard will work together with service members from the United States Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps during Operation Resolute Castle to improve military bases throughout Eastern Europe. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Victoria Williams, 16th Engineer Brigade, Ohio Army National Guard)

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