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Photos published March 6, 2006

Submitted by Sgt. Scott A Gurley, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 116th Field Artillery, Florida Army National Guard of Lakeland, Fla., deployed to Camp Phoenix, just outside Kabul, Afghanistan. 2nd Lt. Serena Hardmon encourages an Afghan girl to open her mouth during a medical mission just outside Kabul, Afghanistan.

Submitted by Petty Officer 1st Class Laurie Mott, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Forward Charlie, Kuwait. We call this photo “a day at the races.” Petty Officer 2nd Class Karla Huerena and a camel are in the “fast lane” of the freeway in Kuwait.

Submitted by Staff Sgt. Robert Black. Black and military working dog Aron, while on a mission in Baqobah, Iraq. Black is stationed at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, assigned to 377 Security Forces Squadron.

Submitted by Maj. Guillermo Santiago, deputy chemical officer, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). Sgt. 1st Class Cheryl Nevels, A Co. 501 STB Division Chemical Section, attempts to drive at Forward Operating Base Speicher after the rain. “It was solid ground yesterday!” she said.

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