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A platoon sized element of the Kazakhstani Peacekeeping

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A platoon sized element of the Kazakhstani Peacekeeping Battalion maneuvers around a fire during fire-phobia training the second day of Steppe Eagle 2014, Sept. 30, at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center here. (U.S. Army photos by Sgt. Tracy R. Myers, U.S. Army Central)

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30/09/2014
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germany kazakhstan hohenfels joint multinational readiness center molotov cocktail steppe eagle tracy r myers steppe eagle 14 peacekeeping battalion fire phobia sgt tracy r myers peacekeeping operational begin with fire dvids ultra high resolution high resolution us army us army central