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Video by Sgt. David Marquis
403rd Civil Affairs Soldiers engage in community relations training
353d Civil Affairs Command
May 7, 2022 | 1:33
U.S. Reserve Soldiers from the 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion, Bravo Company took part in a community relations training exercise in Cooperstown, New York. The training involved actors from Cooperstown who played the roles of mayors, religious leaders, or civilians from fictitious nations dealing with ethnic and religious disagreements in order to create as close to a real environment as these Reserve Soldiers may experience in a deployed environment.
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