Warrior Wednesday: Platoon Leader Skellie

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posted on June 13, 2012
This edition features a story about Sergeant First Class Michael Skellie a Platoon Leader with Bravo Company of the 1-5 First Brigade 25th Infantry Division, originally from Glens Falls, NY, tells us about how the role of his team contributes to the security of Afghanistan. Produced by Marine Cpl. Liz Cisneros.

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