Soldiers from the Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo K9 dog team and Soldiers from Southern Command Post conducted K9 hoist training. The
Libya Littered with Arms
The 2011 revolution in Libya left the country and its population with a variety of Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) hazards, including Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) in homes and schools, ammunition and heavy weaponry left unattended, and the even more dangerous threat of newly laid minefields. The United Nations Mine Action program (UNMAS) has been on the ground clearing UXO, securing stores of ammunition across the country as well as coordinating the operations of the International NGOs.
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First Woman Graduates from Marines’ Winter Mountain Leader Course
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Soldiers Execute Realistic Hostage Rescue Drill
KFOR Soldiers from the Polish contingent and MNBG-East conducted a hasty hostage rescue exercise during Silver Sabre 17-2.