27 March 2005
26 March 2005
Senior leaders receive a briefing before the last leg of their march north. Members of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Liberty crossed the berm into Iraq for the second time. Some of the divisions Soldiers had served in Operation Iraqi Freedom 1, while others served in Desert Storm as well.
CPT Shane Garrison, 4/64 Armor information operations officer, gives an Iraqi woman a package of diapers during the March 9 medical outreach program.
CPT Daniel Green, battalion surgeon for 4/64 Armor, numbs the finger of a small boy after he injured his finger during the March 9 medical outreach program.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Duran ensures a wall is plumb before it is nailed down to the floor of a building being constructed in Al Taqaddum. Duran is attached to the 371st Combat Engineers, Marine Wing Support Squadron 371, which is building the structure for use by Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 775. Pic: Cpl. Marsha N. Garcia, USMC
25 March 2005
MAJ Hugh Shoults, operations officer, Task Force Dragon, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, N.C., is the third generation of Shoults men to carry this particular bugle to a combat zone. The family tradition began with his grandfather in 1916. Shoults father and uncle carried the bugle in battle in World War II and Vietnam. Shoults, 38, is from Spokane, Wash. Pic: SGT Michael J. Carden
Army Corps of Engineers Maj. Stewart Stanton (center) and U.S. Army Soldiers with the 155th Brigade Combat Team speak with Iraqi contractors during an inspection of the Babylon Police Station reconstruction efforts, in Babil. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are working with the people of Iraq to repair and construct several Iraqi Police stations and schools throughout the Babil Province. Pic: Chief Photographer's Mate Edward Martens, U.S. Navy.
24 March 2005
U.S. Army Chaplin Tommy Fuller takes a photo of Iraqi school children at the Al Mutnba Primary School located near Camp Kalsu, Iraq, on March 22, 2005. Members of the155th Brigade Combat Team from Tupelo, Miss., are delivering school supplies under a Fuller-initiated Adopt a School program aboard Camp Kalsu where different units choose a local school and try to connect them with a U.S. school to help with supplies and start a pen pal program. Pic: Petty Officer 1st Class Brien Aho, U.S. Navy.
23 March 2005
PFC Maria L. Morales, a generator mechanic with 175th Engineer Company, 20th Engineer Brigade and a combat life saver course student, prepares a bag of fluids before she gives an intravenous injection during the combat life saver course. The combat life saver course was held at the Camp Victory Troop Medical Clinic. Pic: SPC Mary Rose
PFC Maria L. Morales, a generator mechanic with 175th Engineer Company, 20th Engineer Brigade and a combat life saver course student, gives an intravenous injection during the combat life saver course. The combat life saver course was held at the Camp Victory Troop Medical Clinic. Pic: SPC Mary Rose,
22 March 2005
Two little boys triumphantly walk towards their home after accepting gifts of toys and clothes from Soldiers of the 256th Brigade Combat Team. Troops from 1st Battalion, 141st Field Artillyer and A Co. 1st Battalion, 156thd Armor Regiment, joined together to distribute the items that were received from donations through the website: www.childrenofbaghdad.com. The site was created by SSG Shaun Warren and SGT Keith Bonnet of 1/141st FA. Pic: SPC Erin Robicheaux.
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