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United States Army Soldiers assigned to Team Eagle,

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United States Army Soldiers assigned to Team Eagle,

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United States Army Soldiers assigned to Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry convoy their way from the barracks at the Great Lithuanian Hetman Jonusas Radvila Training Regiment, in Rukla, Lithuania, to the General Silvestras Zlikaliskas Training Area in Pabrade, May 1, 2015. Team Eagle is scheduled to conduct a live-fire exercise next week with their Lithuanian counterparts, the Iron Wolf Brigade, as part of a larger, ongoing operation being conducted throughout Europe by the U.S. and it’s NATO allies called Atlantic Resolve. Operation Atlantic Resolve is a multinational exercise designed to foster cooperation and promote security as well as focusing on training within the region. (U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. James Avery, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

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2000 - 2020
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