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Vigilant Guard 2015, South Carolina

Tech Sgt. Kevin Vaughn (left), an interoperability coordinator with the South Carolina Air National Guard’s 169th Communications Flight and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Ed Marquis (right), a tactical communications officer with the Virginia Army National Guard’s 29th Infantry Division, discuss interagency communication at a Vigilant Guard exercise March 8, 2015 in Georgetown, S.C. Vigilant Guard is a series of federally funded disaster-response drills conducted by National Guard units working with federal, state and local emergency management agencies and first responders. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Master Sgt. A.J. Coyne/Released)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. A.J. CoyneReleased
VIRIN: 150308-Z-DO111-016.JPG
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