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Servicemembers deployed to Afghanistan in support of

Servicemembers deployed to Afghanistan in support of

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Servicemembers deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, defy sleep as they watch game 2 of the world series live, which aired in the early morning hours Afghanistan time. Fox Sports aired a live feed of Bagram servicemembers during the national anthem prior to the game Oct. 25, 2012.

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26/10/2012
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