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PFC Matthew Farrington nails a chalk block down while sling loading a M3/M4 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle to a flat bed rail car at the Camp Carroll Rail Head in Korea, on Oct. 26, 1998. Farrington, of Bravo Company 1ST Battalion, 23rd Infantry, is a participant in a railhead exercise that will move the 23rd Infantry's equipment to Camp Casey in support of Foal Eagle '98. Foal Eagle is a field training exercise that takes place once a year in Korea

PFC Matthew Farrington nails a chalk block down while sling loading a M3/M4 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle to a flat bed rail car at the Camp Carroll Rail Head in Korea, on Oct. 26, 1998. Farrington, of Bravo Company 1ST Battalion, 23rd Infantry, is a participant in a railhead exercise that will move the 23rd Infantry's equipment to Camp Casey in support of Foal Eagle '98. Foal Eagle is a field training exercise that takes place once a year in Korea

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: FOAL EAGLE '98KOREA CD

Base: Camp Carroll, Taegue

State: Waegwan

Country: Republic Of Korea (KOR)

Scene Camera Operator: SPC Joel C. Miller

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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26/10/1998
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