A picture is worth a thousand words, and some images are powerful enough to move millions to action without requiring a word to be uttered.
In challenging conditions near the North Sea on the west coast of Denmark with spitting rain and bone-chilling winds, 7th Civil Support Command Soldiers trained together with Danish Army’s Civil Military Cooperation support team.
Soldiers going to war have to deal with several medical factors. While protection from injury is primary, if they are injured, the better healthcare they can get increases there chance of survival.
The once-green expanse of rolling hills, trimmed to the Command Sgt. Major’s 2-inch standard, has seen better days.
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