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WIESBADEN, Germany - Acting Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy met with U.S. Army Europe senior leaders and staff at Clay Kaserne, here, Aug. 31.

McCarthy visited the headquarters as a part of his tour of the U.S. Army Europe theater of operations to reinforce relationships and stress the significance of working together effectively.

Kansas Senator Jerry Moran visited the headquarters with McCarthy.

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