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Weapons Maintenance at Fort Drum

FORT DRUM--New York Army National Guard Pvt. August Viehweger, an Auburn resident and a member of the 102nd Military Police Battalion uses compressed air to ensure his unit’s M249 Squad Assault Weapons are clean and dry following the previous days range firing, while working at the New York Mobilization and Training Equipment Site (MATES) here on Monday, August 9, 2010.

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