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Copan, Honduras - Honduran Army 1st Lt Noe Javier Silva, 120th Infantry Brigade and Dr. Laurie Rush, cultural resources manager at Fort Drum, NY, fill out a site assessment form at Ostuman, Copan, Honduras, March 10, 2022. JTF-Bravo, the Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command, and cultural property protection experts partnered with the Honduran military and Institute of Anthropology for a cultural heritage exercise to assist the Honduran military in identifying locations that may have historical value during disaster relief operations.


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