Sgt. 1st Class Monette Wesolek

Soldiers patrol the outer-perimeter of a village, on the Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom, during the culminating event of Steppe Eagle 2016, on July 29
Army Staff Sgt. Casey McNutt, squad leader 856th MP Co., Arizona Army National Guard, speaks with a “villager” during a patrol on Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom, during Steppe Eagle 16
British and American Soldiers conduct joint foot patrols throughout the Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom during Steppe Eagle 16.
Kazakh Soldiers hold the line as they clear a village on the Stanford Training Area, United Kingdom, during the culminating training event of Steppe Eagle 2016.

Wretham, Great Britain - Soldiers from the Arizona Army National Guard spent 15-days training with British, Kazakh, Tajik and Kyrgyz soldiers, at Stanford Training Area in the United Kingdom, during exercise Steppe Eagle 2016.

Soldiers and cadets marching on gravel during a ruck march

FLORENCE, Ariz. – The glint of a gold badge on the Army service uniform is not something you see every day. The sight of its gold eagle sitting majestically above a soldier’s name tape stands out and makes others take notice.

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