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Photos published January 16, 2006

Submitted by Staff Sgt. David Schnack. Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron-774 “Wild Goose” crews perform maintenance during a foggy night at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq.

Submitted by 1st Lt. Duane Sanders Company C, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment stationed in Balad, Iraq. Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division test fire their 81mm mortar at the Udari training range complex in Kuwait before moving into Iraq.

Submitted by 1st Lt. Duane Sanders, Company C, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment. A soldier takes a walk in the early morning fog at Camp Beurhing, Kuwait.

Submitted by Gloria Bauernfeind. Staff Sgt. Daniel Cadena, of the 4th Infantry Division, on his way from Kuwait to Karbala in a Humvee.

Submitted by 1st Lt. Joan Hollein, Multi-National Corps Iraq. At LSA Anaconda, Spc. Adam Turner, crew chief, 4th Battalion, 101st Aviation, performs and carefully logs all pre-flight checks.

Submitted by Spc. Brian Colonna, Company D, 3rd Battalion, 126th Aviation Regiment stationed at Camp Buehring. “I took this while supporting an Aviation Task Force mission in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.

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