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Dear Mr. Schneider,
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We searched the series titled Exercise Files, 1954-1962 but since the files are roughly arranged by exercise name, we were unable to determine if XIV Corps or Fifth Army were involved in these exercises. The most prominent names of the Exercises were SAGEBRUSH, FOLLOW-ME, BREAKTHROUGH, BRIGHT STAR, CLOVERLEAF, PINE CONE, DARK CLOUD, EAGLE WING, DRAGON HEAD, DRY HILLS, ELKHORN, JUMP LIGHT, LAVA PLAIN, LUCKY DELTA, QUICK STRIKE, and DESERT STRIKE.
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