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Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo

Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo

The Mexican army's 97th Infantry Battalion opened new facilities in Fresnillo at the request of the government of the central state of Zacatecas to combat drug trafficking and protect families from organized crime.

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Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
01/17
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Infantrymen assigned to the 97th Infantry Battalion of the Mexican Army with the banner of unity.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
02/17
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Miguel Alonso Reyes, governor of Zacatecas and Secretary of the defense of Mexico, General Guillermo Galvan Galvan during the unveiling of plaque of the new headquarters of the 97th Mexican Army Infantry Regiment.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
03/17
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Miguel Alonso Reyes, governor of Zacatecas and Secretary of the defense of Mexico, General Guillermo Galvan Galvan during the unveiling of plaque of the new headquarters of the 97th Mexican Army Infantry Regiment.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
04/17
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Miguel Alonso Reyes, governor of Zacatecas and Secretary of the defense of Mexico, General Guillermo Galvan Galvan during the unveiling of plaque of the new headquarters of the 97th Mexican Army Infantry Regiment.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
05/17
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Mexican army soldier, holding Mexican flag during the inauguration of the 97th Infantry Battalion of the Mexican Army.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
06/17
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Infantrymen assigned to the 97th Infantry Battalion of the Mexican Army during the protocol ceremony.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
07/17
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Official ceremony of the inauguration of the 97th Infantry Battalion in Fresnillo, Zacatecas.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
08/17
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Mexican army soldiers stand on guard during the ceremony.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
09/17
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Mexican army soldiers stand on guard during the ceremony.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
10/17
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Mexican army soldiers stand on guard during the ceremony in their hands a rifle type Heckler & Koch G3.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
11/17
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Mexican army soldiers stand on guard during the ceremony hold in their hands a rifle type Heckler & Koch G3.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
12/17
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Soldiers fire blank bullets as part of the inauguration of the 97th Infantry Battalion of the Mexican Army.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
13/17
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Mexican army soldier salutes the Mexican flag.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
14/17
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Installations of 97th Infantry Battalion in Fresnillo, Zacatecas.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
15/17
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Soldiers of the 97th Infantry Battalion marching together to start operations.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
16/17
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Soldiers of the 97th Infantry Battalion marching together to start operations.
Mexican Army reinforces presence and opens headquarters in Fresnillo
17/17
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Soldiers of the 97th Infantry Battalion arrive at the new headquarters of the 97th Infantry Battalion in Fresnillo, Zacatecas.

The Mexican army's 97th Infantry Battalion opened new facilities in Fresnillo at the request of the government of the central state of Zacatecas to combat drug trafficking and protect families from organized crime.

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