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Sun Bowl teams visit Fort Bliss
Date: 12/28/2011 Album ID: 1386710
Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
Georgia Tech player Coray Carlson, center, operated a 50 Calibur machine gun atop an M1128 Mobile Gun System with teammates Tony Zenon and Charles Perkins, right, during a team visit to Fort Bliss Wednesday. Helping at left is Spc. Cory Walker. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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Georgia Tech player Coray Carlson, center, operated a 50 Calibur machine gun atop an M1128 Mobile Gun System with teammates Tony Zenon and Charles Perkins, right, during a team visit to Fort Bliss Wednesday. Helping at left is Spc. Cory Walker. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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Maj. Gen. Dana Pittard, Fort Bliss and 1st Armored Division Commander greeted Georgia Tech players upon their arrival at the post's Close Combat Tactical Trainer facility at East Fort Bliss Wednesday. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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Alex Hanson, left, Georgia Tech athletic trainer photographed team players atop an Abrams tank during a team visit to Fort Bliss Wednesday. Both Sun Bowl teams, Georgia Tech and Utah visited the Army post. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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Georgia Tech players Darren Waller, left, and Jabari Hunt-Days fired at video targets from inside a Humvee in a training simulator during a team visit to Fort Bliss Wednesday. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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Sgt. Aaron Hall, left, showed Utah football players one of many simulators during a team visit to the Close Combat Tactical Trainer facility at Fort Bliss Wednesday. Photos by Rudy Guteirrez / El Paso Times.
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