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U.S. Army Spc. Dabney and Sgt. Hoisington, 90nd Engineer

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U.S. Army Spc. Dabney and Sgt. Hoisington, 90nd Engineer Construction Company, 15th Engineer Battalion, participate in the Rakvere City Days Parade during Operation Resolute Castle on June 11, 2016 near Central Training Area, Estonia. Soldiers participating in the parade dressed in 16th century costumes, trained on traditional drill and ceremony and helped carry on Estonian history by marching from the Rakvere castle through the city. (U.S. Army photo 1st Lt. Elizabeth Likins-Smith, 902nd Engineer Construction Company)

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1500 - 1600
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