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A Soldier from the 26th Brigade Support Battalion,

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A Soldier from the 26th Brigade Support Battalion,

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A Soldier from the 26th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division does final inspections of the load as it is hooked to the CH-47 Chinook helicopter Jan. 4 at Forward Operating Base Kalsu during a sling-load mission to Patrol Base Dolby. (Photo/Sgt. Jason Stadel, 2nd BCT, 3rd Inf. Div.)

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04/01/2008
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