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New Zealand and Australian service members preform a haka welcoming new members of Task Group Taji at the Taji military complex, Iraq, Nov. 18, 2019. The haka is a traditional dance originating from the Maori in New Zealand, it is a chant used to intimidate an enemy before battle or as a welcome when two parties come together. Task Group Taji is a combined Australian-New Zealand Task Group that provides the Iraqi Security Forces with training to help stabilize areas cleared of Daesh. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. William Ploeg)

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