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For Iowa Guard Soldiers, the force-on-force exercise called Operation Arctic Anvil provides more than a uniquely challenging training experience. It was also a chance to explore unfamiliar territory in Alaska—where sheer expanse and rugged terrain gives Soldiers room for realistic battle maneuvers. In the Guard, you go places. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2pZ1Naa

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Automatic weapons? Check. Grenade launchers? Check. Here, a drill instructor talks about Basic Combat Training’s Blue Phase, where Soldiers are introduced Soldiers to U.S. weapons. Get started: http://bit.ly/2oP6wxG

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Answer this practice ASVAB question and reach out to us to learn about next steps: http://bddy.me/2py2Z4C

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When a pilot trusts you with his life, it says something. For MOS 15B: Aircraft Powerplant Repairers, that trust is sacred. Learn more about the training you'll take on: http://bit.ly/2p9Ncw9

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If you can't let go of your love for playing an instrument, you don't have to. Join the Army Band and play at events, celebrations, and more. Tell us you're interested: http://bit.ly/2paN3If

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Can you answer this practice ASVAB question? If so, learn what happens next: http://bddy.me/2oUGtGc

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Efficient communication is everything. As MOS 25C: Radio Operator, you’ll master line installation, wiring techniques, and commo procedures. Voice the action: http://bddy.me/2oYESi4

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CBRN specialists are trained in chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear threats. Be the first line of defense against weapons of mass destruction and powerful threats. Let's do this: http://bit.ly/2nSfBFd

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National Guard Soldiers go above and beyond to achieve their mission and learn life-saving skills. Become a Soldier and reach your full potential. Chat with us: http://bit.ly/2nSFF2T

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Answer this #ASVAB practice question and if you have questions about next steps, start here: http://bddy.me/2nAlfbt

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