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Italian army Lt. Gen. Giorgio Battisti, chief of staff

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Italian army Lt. Gen. Giorgio Battisti, chief of staff for the International Security Assistance Force, returns a salute to a U.S. Army soldier after presenting him with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization-ISAF medal during a ceremony held at ISAF Headquarters, Oct. 20, 2013. The outdoor ceremony recognized the contribution civilians and service members from various nations have made to the ISAF mission. Medals were presented by ISAF senior leaders to coalition force service members and civilians working at ISAF HQ. The NATO medal is presented to coalition soldiers who serve in Afghanistan for a period of more than 30 days. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Andrade, International Security Assistance Force HQ Public Affairs)

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