ABL Patrol Training During JMRC Rotation

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ABL Patrol Training During JMRC Rotation
HOHENFELS, GERMANY
06.21.2021

Romanian soldiers air lifted by UH60 Blackhawk helicopters conduct administrative boundary line patrol training as part of a Joint Multinational Readiness Center rotation in Hohenfels, Germany June 21, 2021. This training event prepares the soldiers to maintain the safety and security, freedom of movement of all citizens of Kosovo during their upcoming KFOR rotation.

Film Credits: Video by Sgt. Gillian McCreedy
172nd Public Affairs Detachment

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