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Video by Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth Scott
Army Reserve Soldiers participate in Innovative Readiness Training with Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue in North Dakota
Army Reserve Medical Command
May 8, 2021 | 1:52
Soldiers from the 7354th Veterinarian Detachment of Aurora, Colorado partner with volunteers from the Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue for a drive up animal clinic, May 8, in Belcourt, North Dakota as part of the Innovative Readiness Training program of the Department of Defense. Innovative Readiness Training builds mutually beneficial civil-military partnerships between US communities and the Department of Defense. Active, Guard, and Reserve units and individual Service members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines participate in several IRT partnerships every year strengthen the bond between American citizens and the US military.
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