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Staff Sgt. Kason Rackley, (front, right) a platoon



Staff Sgt. Kason Rackley, (front, right) a platoon sergeant for 3rd Platoon, Comanche Troop, 1st Squadron, 2d Cavalry Regiment, stationed in Vilseck, Germany, and his wife Heather, seven years ago on their wedding day. Rackley is currently taking part in Saber Guardian 19, an exercise co-led by the Romanian Joint Force Command and U.S. Army Europe, taking place from June 3-24 at various locations in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania. Saber Guardian is designed to improve the integration of multinational combat forces.
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