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Private First Cass Andrew Zipp, an infantryman with 2nd Battalion 121st Infantry, plots his land navigation points during the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Best Warrior Competition Fort Stewart, Ga., Feb. 21, 2014. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Spc. Ashely Campbell)

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21/02/2014
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