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U.S. Army (USA) SPC. Adam R. Wilson (right) of Anvil Troop, 1ST Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1ST Infantry Division, mans his .50 caliber machine gun on the turret of an M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank (MBT) while USA Soldiers check the identification of an Iraqi driver at a traffic control check point at Ad Duluiyah, Iraq on Dec. 21, 2004. (USAF PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Lee Harshman) (Released)

U.S. Army (USA) SPC. Adam R. Wilson (right) of Anvil Troop, 1ST Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1ST Infantry Division, mans his .50 caliber machine gun on the turret of an M1 Abrams Main Battle Tank (MBT) while USA Soldiers check the identification of an Iraqi driver at a traffic control check point at Ad Duluiyah, Iraq on Dec. 21, 2004. (USAF PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Lee Harshman) (Released)

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