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Severn Bridge

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Severn Bridge




3 cornered garlic

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3 cornered garlic




View from the Wales coast path at bulwark

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View from the Wales coast path at bulwark




Sedbury

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Sedbury




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Spc. Matt Budge, horizontal construction engineer, Alpha Company, 572nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain), Vermont Army National Guard, grades a bank with an excavator to prevent erosion at a known distance rifle range during renovations, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Staff Sgt. Ryan Maskell, combat engineer, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, uses a bull dozer to level a firing berm during a rifle range renovation, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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U.S. Army Spc. Steven Newton, horizontal construction engineer, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, rips open a roof covering to access rifle-range-lifters, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 16, 2018. The range being renovated by Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10 year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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1286- Spc. Matt Budge, horizontal construction engineer, Alpha Company, 572nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain), Vermont Army National Guard, operates an excavator during range renovations, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Vermont Army National Guard Soldiers joined Senegalese Armed Forces Engineers to renovate a known distance firing range as part of their international cooperation under the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 16, 2018. This cooperative effort marks the 10-year anniversary from the start of the Vermont National Guard and Senegal’s partnership. (U.S. Army National Guard Photography by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard).




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Vermont Army National Guard Soldiers joined Senegalese Armed Forces Engineers to renovate a known distance firing range as part of their international cooperation under the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. This cooperative effort marks the 10-year anniversary from the start of the Vermont National Guard and Senegal’s partnership. (U.S. Army National Guard Photography by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard).




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Sgt. David Paquette, truck driver, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, guides a Senegalese Armed Forces engineer as they fill a hole on the range, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Sgt. Jeremy Nadeau, combat medic, Medical Detachment, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, watches engineers during range renovations, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Matthew Reed, engineer mission commander, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, provides a construction plan overview to the Senegalese Armed Forces engineering team, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 16, 2018. The range is being renovated by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard).




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Sgt. James Hance, combat engineer, Bravo Company, 572nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain), plays a drum with a local performer after the conclusion of range renovations, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 18, 2018.The Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers are renovating the firing range through their State Partnership Program relationship and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Vermont Army National Guard Soldiers joined Senegalese Armed Forces Engineers to renovate a known distance firing range as part of their international cooperation under the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. This cooperative effort marks the 10-year anniversary from the start of the Vermont National Guard and Senegal’s partnership. (U.S. Army National Guard Photography by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard).




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Staff Sgt. Andralee Strassner, medic, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, talks with Staff Sgt. Moustapha Sene, vice chief of demolition, Senegalese Armed Forces, during range renovations, April 18, 2018, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal. The Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers are renovating the firing range through their State Partnership Program relationship and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Spc. Steven Newton, horizontal construction engineere, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont Army National Guard, operates and excavator during range renovations, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 18, 2018. The range is being renovated by Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10 year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Staff Sgt. Mudgette (left) Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, and Sgt. Jack Curtis, horizontal construction engineer, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, Vermont National Guard, shovel dirt preparing a target-lifter for a firing range renovation, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 17, 2018. The range renovations were conducted by the Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Staff Sgt. Charles Mudgett, construction equipment repairer, Bravo Company 186th Brigade Support Battalion, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Mountain), Vermont Army National Guard, poses for a photo with his repair team, Mount Rolland Training Site, Senegal, April 19, 2018. The range is being renovated by Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers because they are state partners in the National Guard Bureau’s State Partnership Program and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Officer Candidate Nathan Rivard)




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Sgt. Jack Curtis, horizontal construction engineer, Detachment 1, Garrison Support Command, prepares to raise the American Flag, during a ceremony honoring the partnership between the Vermont National Guard and Senegal, April 24, 2018, Centre D’Entrainment Tactique N7, Senegal. The Vermont National Guard and Senegalese Armed Forces engineers are renovating the firing range through their State Partnership Program relationship and marks the 10-year anniversary of their teamwork. (U.S. Army National Guard Photograph by Sgt. Jeremy Nadeau)





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