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An Australian Army soldier, deployed with Task Group

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An Australian Army soldier, deployed with Task Group

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An Australian Army soldier, deployed with Task Group Taji 9, assists an Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) soldier during a M4 marksmanship live fire range, at the Taji Military Complex, Iraq, Oct. 8, 2019. Task Group Taji 9 personnel alongside their French counterparts from Task Force Monsabert, delivered specialized marksmanship training to ISF soldiers ranging from, covering firing from different positions to maintaining accuracy at varying distances. Training was conducted at the platoon level and will support routine security operations being conducted by the ISF in the north Baghdad area. Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve remains committed to providing necessary training, advice and assistance to the ISF. (Portions of this photo have been blurred to protect operational security) (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Cpl. Tamara Cummings)

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08/10/2019
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