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US Army (USA) Major (MAJ) Trish Morris, USA Civil Affairs and Psychological Operation s Command (USACAPOC), Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC), speaks to her squad of Iraqi Army (IA) females during the graduation of their male counterparts in Amman, Jordan (JOR), where they completed their military training during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

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US Army (USA) Major (MAJ) Trish Morris, USA Civil Affairs and Psychological Operation s Command (USACAPOC), Fort Bragg, North Carolina (NC), speaks to her squad of Iraqi Army (IA) females during the graduation of their male counterparts in Amman, Jordan (JOR), where they completed their military training during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

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Base: Amman

Country: Jordan (JOR)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Ashley S. Brokop, USAF

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

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17/06/2004
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