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In preparation for a night raid training mission held Sept. 6-7 at Rummu, Estonia, 1st Lt. Toomas Karting (right), a platoon leader in Company C, Single Infantry Scouts Battalion, Estonian Defense Forces, briefs Estonian Defense Forces soldiers and U.S. Army paratroopers about an objective in Murru Vanglad, an abandoned Soviet era prison. The raid was part of Steadfast Javelin II, a NATO exercise involving more than 2,000 troops from nine nations conducting various training missions across Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The exercise focuses on increasing interoperability and s

In preparation for a night raid training mission held Sept. 6-7 at Rummu, Estonia, 1st Lt. Toomas Karting (right), a platoon leader in Company C, Single Infantry Scouts Battalion, Estonian Defense Forces, briefs Estonian Defense Forces soldiers and U.S. Army paratroopers about an objective in Murru Vanglad, an abandoned Soviet era prison. The raid was part of Steadfast Javelin II, a NATO exercise involving more than 2,000 troops from nine nations conducting various training missions across Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The exercise focuses on increasing interoperability and s Stock Photo
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PJF Military Collection / Alamy Stock Photo

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HENRJ9

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1938 x 1290 px | 32.8 x 21.8 cm | 12.9 x 8.6 inches | 150dpi

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September 6, 2014

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In preparation for a night raid training mission held Sept. 6-7 at Rummu, Estonia, 1st Lt. Toomas Karting (right), a platoon leader in Company C, Single Infantry Scouts Battalion, Estonian Defense Forces, briefs Estonian Defense Forces soldiers and U.S. Army paratroopers about an objective in Murru Vanglad, an abandoned Soviet era prison. The raid was part of Steadfast Javelin II, a NATO exercise involving more than 2,000 troops from nine nations conducting various training missions across Estonia, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The exercise focuses on increasing interoperability and synchronizing complex operations between allied air and ground forces through airborne and air assault missions. Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 143rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), U.S. Army Reserve 140906-A-DB402-693