Hanuman Guardian 20 (HG20) RTA Co. Live-Fire

Royal Thai Army Soldiers arrive in a M113A3 Armored Personnel Carrier to evacuate an injured Soldier March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)
Royal Thai Army Soldiers arrive in a M113A3 Armored Personnel Carrier to evacuate an injured Soldier March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

Royal Thai Army Soldiers arrive in a M113A3 Armored Personnel Carrier to evacuate an injured Soldier March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

Lt. Col. Philip Mundweil, battalion commander of 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, speaks to a Royal Thai Army company of soldiers about their performance during a live-fire exercise March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, after a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)
Lt. Col. Philip Mundweil, battalion commander of 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, speaks to a Royal Thai Army company of soldiers about their performance during a live-fire exercise March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, after a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

Royal Thai Army Soldiers reload a M240B machine gun March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

A Royal Thai Army Soldier changing out the magazine on his Tavor-21 bullpup assault rifle March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

Royal Thai Army Soldiers arrive in a M113A3 Armored Personnel Carrier to evacuate an injured Soldier March 16, 2020, at Pho Lym Yai, Kingdom of Thailand, during a live-fire exercise as part of the Hanuman Guardian exercise. The relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Thailand remains one of the U.S.’s most important in Southeast Asia. The bilateral training of HG20 demonstrates the commitment of both countries to the long-standing U.S./Thai alliance. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Ezra Camarena, 28th Public Affairs Detachment)

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