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English: FORT MCCOY, Wisc. -- Spc. Jonathan Bryant, a cargo specialist from Los Angeles with the 211th Inland Cargo Transportation Company, based in Orange County, Calif., hooks a loader to a connex during the Trans Warrior exercise, lasting from July 9 to July 23, 2016. Soldiers of the 211th hone and evaluate their individual and unit collective tasks during Trans Warrior, here (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc James C. Blackwell, 206 Broadcast Operations Detachment)
Unit: 205th Press Camp Headquarters
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Author Master Sgt. Timothy Lawn
location LA CROSSE, WI, US
VIRIN 160719-A-WQ129-016 Search DVIDs
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