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Spc. Robbie Meade, a flight medic with from Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 52d Aviation Regiment, is lifted on a hoist during medical evacuation training at the Northern Warfare Training Center’s Black Rapids site during the schools Basic Mountaineering Course, July, 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

Spc. Robbie Meade, a flight medic with from Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 52d Aviation Regiment, is lifted on a hoist during medical evacuation training at the Northern Warfare Training Center’s Black Rapids site during the schools Basic Mountaineering Course, July, 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

Staff Sgt. Matthew Jackson, 9th Army Band, shows strength and determination in climbing the face of a cliff during the Northern Warfare training Center's Basic Mountaineering Course, July 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

Staff Sgt. Matthew Jackson, 9th Army Band, shows strength and determination in climbing the face of a cliff during the Northern Warfare training Center's Basic Mountaineering Course, July 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

A student of the Basic Mountaineering Class of the U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center, clears a spot on the ice to set his ice screws in for crevasse rescue operations. Photo by Staff Sgt. Brehl Garza.

A student of the Basic Mountaineering Class of the U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center, clears a spot on the ice to set his ice screws in for crevasse rescue operations. Photo by Staff Sgt. Brehl Garza.

Two scouts rappel down a cliff during a field training exercise. A special operations element with a reconnaissance battalion attached to the PLA 41th Group Army conducted field training on rock-climbing and rappelling to refine the scouts' combat skills.

Two scouts rappel down a cliff during a field training exercise. A special operations element with a reconnaissance battalion attached to the PLA 41th Group Army conducted field training on rock-climbing and rappelling to refine the scouts' combat skills.

Soldiers and cadets at the Northern Warfare Training Center's Basic 15 day Mountaineering course learn vital skills to climb, rappel and travel safely though rugged mountainous terrain at the NWTC Black Rapids Training site, July 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

Soldiers and cadets at the Northern Warfare Training Center's Basic 15 day Mountaineering course learn vital skills to climb, rappel and travel safely though rugged mountainous terrain at the NWTC Black Rapids Training site, July 2012. (U. S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Trish McMurphy, USARAK Public Affairs)

Soldiers and cadets attending the Basic Mountaineering Course at the U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center.

Soldiers and cadets attending the Basic Mountaineering Course at the U.S. Army Northern Warfare Training Center.

Soldiers do not get snow days. They keep on regardless of what comes their way.     #SOT #SOV #Military  http://ajtata.com

Soldiers do not get snow days. They keep on regardless of what comes their way. #SOT #SOV #Military http://ajtata.com

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