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(Left to right) Army Sgt. Logan Robbins, team leader,

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(Left to right) Army Sgt. Logan Robbins, team leader, Charlie Company, 1st Squadron, 38th Cavalry Regiment, 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, Spc. Johnny Walker, technician, 720th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company, and Spc. Derek Matthews, radio telephone operator, C Company, 1-38 Cav., safety spread findings from a weapons cache onto the ground near by the Mazgarey Mountains, Afghanistan, April 27. Charlie Company and EOD soldiers found five suicide vests, 12 assembled pressure plates and materials to make 37 others during cave clearing operations in the area

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1500 - 1600
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