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Once separate now together in Poland

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Once separate now together in Poland

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Sgt. Amanda Smith, a religious affairs non-commissioned officer with the 3-227th Assault Helicopter Battalion based out of Fort Hood, Texas, holds hands with her husband, Sgt. James Smith, a technical inspector for the Apache helicopters with the 1-227th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion. The two are part of the 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, which is here in Poland participating in Saber Strike, an exercise designed to enhance the interoperability of many nations and their ability to work together like the Smiths. (Michigan National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Tegan Kucera/Released)

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2000 - 2020
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