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U.S. Soldiers from Charlie Company, Long Range Surveillance

U.S. Soldiers from Charlie Company, Long Range Surveillance

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U.S. Soldiers from Charlie Company, Long Range Surveillance Group, 3rd Squadron, 124th Cavalry, flip a zodiac watercraft upright during the Golden Coyote training exercise on June 12, 2015. Golden Coyote is a three phase, scenario-driven exercise conducted in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. The exercise enables commanders to focus on mission essential task requirements, warrior tasks and drills. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Joseph Cathey/ released)

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12/06/2015
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Defense Visual Information Distribution Service
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