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Army National Guard Soldiers conduct combat training for urban terrain

Troops Fight Through the Fog of War During Training

CAMP SMITH TRAINING SITE, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y. - New York Army National Guard Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 258th Field Artillery and supporting Soldiers from Company G, 427th Forward Support Battalion conduct combat training for urban terrain here
March 14. The Soldiers used smoke to mask their movements through the restrictive terrain as part of their training. The 258th Field Artillery headquarters and Company G Soldiers are based in Jamaica, N.Y. with the artillery battery Soldiers based in armories in the Bronx and Newburgh. Photo by 2nd Lt. Mark Getman.

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