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Paratroopers from U.S. Army Alaska’s 4th Infantry Brigade

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Paratroopers from U.S. Army Alaska’s 4th Infantry Brigade

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Paratroopers from U.S. Army Alaska’s 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division and the 1st Airborne Brigade Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force drift down to Malemute Drop Zone on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of exercise Arctic Aurora, June 12, 2018. Arctic Aurora is a yearly bilateral training exercise involving elements of U.S. Army Alaska and the JGSDF, which focuses on strengthening ties between the two by executing combined small unit airborne proficiency operations and basic small arms marksmanship with a focus on combat readiness and interoperability between the two military forces. (Army photo/John Pennell)

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12/06/2018
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