Coalition Forces patrol through the Helmand Province on October 15, 2007, Afghanistan. (U.S. Army Photo by Specialist David Gunn) (Released)
Soldiers of the Kalagush Provincial Reconstruction Team prepare to walk to the remote village of Balik during a patrol in the rugged Titin Valley in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan on June 14, 2007. DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Bracken, U.S. Army. (Released)
090827-A-9581M-2480 Four Soldiers establish a defensive security posture around the Humvee they just got out of as they begin pursuit of the person who fired on their convoy while inspecting a rural village during a mounted combat patrol exercise on a Fort McCoy training lane. The Soldiers are from the 631st Maintenance Comany mobilizing to deploy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Photo by Tom Michele, federally contracted employee of Team Eagle Systems serving the PAO at Fort McCoy, Wis. Publication or commercial use of this material requires a release by a U.S. Army Public Affairs Officer. Credit U.S. Army photograph.
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