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Soldiers assigned to Alpha Company, 1-229 Attack

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Soldiers assigned to Alpha Company, 1-229 Attack

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Soldiers assigned to Alpha Company, 1-229 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade, explain the capabilities of an AH-64E Apache to local leaders at Bullseye Field on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Oct. 2, 2020. I Corps hosted local leaders to provide them with the opportunity to interact with Soldiers and get a basic understanding of the capabilities at JBLM.

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2000 - 2020
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