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U.S. Army 1st Lt. William Tynan, executive officer

U.S. Army 1st Lt. William Tynan, executive officer

U.S. Army 1st Lt. William Tynan, executive officer of Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, scans the battlefield from the top of an M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle during a blank-fire exercise at the Gen... More

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, platoon sergeant

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, platoon sergeant

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, platoon sergeant assigned to 3rd Platoon, Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, prepares to fire on an enemy target during a platoon movement exercise at the General Silvestras... More

United States Army Pfc. Connor Walcher, a forward observer

United States Army Pfc. Connor Walcher, a forward observer

United States Army Pfc. Connor Walcher, a forward observer attached to Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, times the impact of incoming rounds fired during a platoon movement exercise held at the General Silve... More

A Browning M2 .50 Cal machine gun fires blanks from

A Browning M2 .50 Cal machine gun fires blanks from

A Browning M2 .50 Cal machine gun fires blanks from the top of an M1126 Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle during Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry’s platoon movement exercise at the General Silvestras Zlikalis... More

United States Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, assigned

United States Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, assigned

United States Army Staff Sgt. Elias DeLeon, assigned to Team Eagle, Task Force 2-7 Infantry, fights a fire that started after a simulated mortar round ignited the low-lying shrubbery during a platoon movement e... More

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