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Air Force uses unique MOS taught on post to help Army reach their fitness goals

Students with Fort Leonard Wood’s U.S. Air Force 368th Training Squadron Pavements and Equipment Training course move a section of rebar in preparation for Monday’s concrete pour outside the 701st Military Police Battalion’s barracks. The concrete pad will offer units a place to set their gyms-in-a-box, designed to allow fitness training to be conducted anywhere the containers are placed. (Melissa Buckley, Fort Leonard Wood Public Affairs Office)

PHOTO BY: Melissa Buckley
VIRIN: 231019-F-PI787-1001.JPG
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