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Home The president of Barreto group, Inc., Rodney Barreto tries out a mine detector while being advised by Capt. Robert St. Claire, an instructor for the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference during their visit to Fort. Campbell, September 22nd. Participants of the JCOC visited the base to gain insight on what the Army does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis) The president of Barreto group, Inc., Rodney Barreto tries out a mine detector while being advised by Capt. Robert St. Claire, an instructor for the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference during their visit to Fort. Campbell, September 22nd. Participants of the JCOC visited the base to gain insight on what the Army does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis)

The president of Barreto group, Inc., Rodney Barreto tries out a mine detector while being advised by Capt. Robert St. Claire, an instructor for the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference during their visit to Fort. Campbell, September 22nd. Participants of the JCOC visited the base to gain insight on what the Army does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis)

The president of Barreto group, Inc., Rodney Barreto tries out a mine detector while being advised by Capt. Robert St. Claire, an instructor for the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference during their visit to Fort. Campbell, September 22nd. Participants of the JCOC visited the base to gain insight on what the Army does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis)

The president of Barreto group, Inc., Rodney Barreto tries out a mine detector while being advised by Capt. Robert St. Claire, an instructor for the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference during their visit to Fort. Campbell, September 22nd. Participants of the JCOC visited the base to gain insight on what the Army does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis)

Civilians participating in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference sponsored by the Secretary of Defense exit a UH-60 Black Hawk during their visit to Fort Campbell, September 22nd. The select group of participants gained insight on what a 101st Airborne Division soldier does on a routine basis. (Photo by Sgt. Scott Davis)