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Navigating in Puerto Rico

Navigating in Puerto Rico

Sgt. James Hawley, Bravo Troop, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland Army National Guard, second from right, instructs younger soldiers on the basics of land features, navigation and orientation at Ca... More

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native,

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native,

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native, attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, applies a bandage on an Estonian De... More

Evaluators from the Estonian Defense League observe

Evaluators from the Estonian Defense League observe

Evaluators from the Estonian Defense League observe Soldiers attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, as they search for releva... More

Sgt. Jeremy W. Denny, a Kent Island, Maryland, native

Sgt. Jeremy W. Denny, a Kent Island, Maryland, native

Sgt. Jeremy W. Denny, a Kent Island, Maryland, native attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, applies a bandage on an Estonian... More

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native,

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native,

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native, attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, navigates through the last obstacle... More

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native,

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native,

Staff Sgt. Daniel L. Capps, a Philadelphia native, attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, climbs up a hill during the final p... More

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached to Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, run toward the final obstacle at Rakvere Castle during the second annual Admira... More

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached to Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, move under the final obstacle during the second annual Admiral Pitka Recon Chal... More

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native,

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native,

Spc. Jordan C. Ficken, a Greencastle, Pa., native, attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, navigates his way through the final... More

Brig. Gen. Brig. Gen. Meelis Kiili (left), commander

Brig. Gen. Brig. Gen. Meelis Kiili (left), commander

Brig. Gen. Brig. Gen. Meelis Kiili (left), commander of the Estonian Defense League, congratulates Sgt. Jeremy W. Denny (right), a Kent Island, Md., native, attached to the Long Range Surveillance (LRS) team, T... More

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached

Soldiers from the Long Range Surveillance team attached to Troop C, 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland National Guard, climb toward a statue of Tarvas, Rakvere’s medieval mascot, during the second a... More

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