On Point

May 2006
Soldiers;May2006, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p4
This article presents photographs of members of the U.S. Army on mission in various countries, including a picture of SSG Dean Bliablias of Co. C, 1st Batallion, 185th Infantry Regiment with other U.S. and Filipino troops during a joint military training in the Philippines.


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