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U.S. Army SPC. Kyle Thomas, SPC. Gary Parks, PFC. Paxton White and STAFF SGT. David W Finney, (front to back) are assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, scrutinize a metal bracket at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, fabricators engineered the metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

U.S. Army SPC. Kyle Thomas, SPC. Gary Parks, PFC. Paxton White and STAFF SGT. David W Finney, (front to back) are assigned to Echo Company, 27th Base Support Battalion, 1ST Cavalry Division, scrutinize a metal bracket at the motor pool. The Fort Bliss, Texas, fabricators engineered the metal bracket to secure the rocket-propelled grenade deflection cage usually attached to the M113 Armored Personnel Carrier and redesigned it to mount on an engineer route clearance vehicle for added force protection for forces in the Mosul. (U.S. Army PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Samantha M. Stryker) (Released)

 
 
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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Forward Operating Base Marez

Country: Iraq (IRQ)

Scene Major Command Shown: NORTHEAST

Scene Camera Operator: SSG Samantha M. Stryker, USA

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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19/01/2007
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