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Lithuanian Land Forces Pvt. Povilas Juasauskas, assigned

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Lithuanian Land Forces Pvt. Povilas Juasauskas, assigned to 2nd Coy, Iron Wolf Brigade, sees possible enemy movement during the second day of multinational training at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, June 11, 2015. The training is part of a larger exercise being conducted throughout the Baltic States called Saber Strike 2015. Saber Strike is a long-standing U.S. Army Europe-led cooperative training exercise. This year’s exercise objectives facilitate cooperation between the U.S., Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland to improve joint operational capability in a range of missions as well as preparing the participating nations and units to support multinational contingency operations. There are more than 6,000 participants from 13 different nations. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

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2010 - 2020
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