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Australian and New Zealand defense force members, with Task Group Taji Health Company, unload a simulated casualty from a U.S. Army HH-60 Pave Hawk, with Task Force Liberty, during hot and cold load medevac training at Camp Taji, Iraq, July 3, 2018. A Coalition created from a diverse international community will continue its support to the people of Iraq in order to enhance the capabilities of the nation to ensure security and stability. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Audrey Ward)

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