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U.S. Army Col. William Ryan, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

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U.S. Army Col. William Ryan, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade

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U.S. Army Col. William Ryan, 16th Combat Aviation Brigade commander, and Soldiers from 16th CAB host Brig. Gen. Eko Margiyono and other distinguished visitors from the Indonesian army at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., May 2. Ryan briefed Margiyono and his party on Army aviation to increase shared understanding.

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