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Soldiers go through an strenuous obstacle course to obtain air assault badge

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North Florida became home to a U.S. Army air assault course at Starke’s Camp Blanding Joint Training Center. But, as WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Bechara reports, while the soldiers want to pass the course, this is no easy challenge.

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