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Hungarian army Lt. Col. Ferenc Huszár (right), incoming

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Hungarian army Lt. Col. Ferenc Huszár (right), incoming commander for the new contingent assigned to the Multinational Battle Group-East’s Forward Command Post, hands the command colors to a Hungarian soldier during a change of responsibility ceremony, Feb. 22, 2016, at Camp Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, Kosovo. Huszár and his new Hungarian contingent will assume responsibility for the group’s role in NATO’s multinational peace support mission in Kosovo, known as Kosovo Force. For more than 15 years, KFOR has been dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement in Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Erick Yates, Multinational Battle Group-East)

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22/02/2016
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