1st Infantry Division packing up to jump into the Box

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A group of 1st Infantry Division Soldiers hoist a rolled up tent into the bed of a light military tactical vehicle in preparation to move the division element and all it's equipment to a new location at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, California. NTC rotation 20-10 is the first rotation in U.S. Army history to train a division to fight and win in support of national military objectives against peer or near-peer threats. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brandon Bruer, 19th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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A group of 1st Infantry Division Soldiers hoist a rolled up tent into the bed of a light military tactical vehicle in preparation to move the division element and all its equipment to a new location at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, Calif. NTC rotation 20-10 is the first rotation in U.S. Army history to train a division to fight and win in support of national military objectives against peer or near-peer threats.

A group of 1st Infantry Division Soldiers pull a rolled up tent into the bed of a light military tactical vehicle in preparation to move the division element and all it’s equipment to a new location at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, California. The end state of NTC 20-10 is a division headquarters and combat enablers prepared to achieve victory against a peer or near-peer threat and the validation of the Reinforced Cavalry Squadron as the concept for the divisional reconnaissance squadron. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brandon Bruer, 19th Public Affairs Detachment.)
A 1st Infantry Division Soldier packs up air conditioning ducts for the division main command post in preparation to move the division element and all it’s equipment to new location at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, California. NTC rotation 20-10 intends to set the standard for how a division headquarters trains at NTC. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brandon
1st Infantry Division Soldiers load a rolled tent onto the back of a trailer in preparation to move the division element and all it’s equipment to a new location at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, California. NTC rotation 20-10 enables the Army to train higher echelon headquarters in a challenging environment, achieving a higher level of readiness. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brandon Bruer, 19th Public Affairs Detachment.)
A group of 1st Infantry Division Soldiers compress the air out of a tent to properly roll up and secure it at the National Training Center, Sept. 12, 2020, Fort Irwin, California. NTC rotation 20-10 will prepare the 1ID to deploy, fight and win in support of national military objectives against a peer and near-peer threats. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Brandon Bruer, 19th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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