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Sgt. 1st Class Brian Ullrich, center, facing away,

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Sgt. 1st Class Brian Ullrich, center, facing away, calls Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry to attention for the last time as the unit’s first sergeant at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, Rukla, Lithuania, April 28, 2015. Ullrich, a 36-year-old native of Las Vegas, Nev., was Team Eagle’s first sergeeant for six months, and in that time led his unit during Operation Atlantic Resolve, an ongoing multi-national partnership focused on joint training and security cooperation between the U.S. and other NATO allies. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

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