31 May 2005
PL Kierys, assigned to the 443 Civil Affairs Battalion, Bravo Company, watches Iraqi police officers train on proper vehicle search procedures Camp Prosperity, Baghdad. Bravo Company held a one day refresher course that also included marksmanship and weapons care. Pic: Tech.Sgt. Russell E. Cooley IV, USAF
30 May 2005
CSM Richard Hairston motivates a Superfrog competition participant who is breaking down a 9mm at the US Embassy, Baghdad, Iraq, on May 27, 2005. Superfrog is a team combat conditioning course that pits teams of 3 against 9 other teams, to include all services, countries, military or civilian. Pic: Staff Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross, USAF
Tennessee National Guardsman SFC Joel Gibbons, a cavalry scout platoon sergeant from 1st Squadron, 278th Regimental Combat Team, 42nd Infantry Division, Task Force Liberty, stands guard while an Iraqi child passes along information of an enemy weapons cache found near the Iranian border to the commander of the squadron. Pic: SGT Matthew Acosta.
29 May 2005
28 May 2005
CAMP TAJI - SGT Jennifer L. Viera, a medic with Headquarters Platoon, 550th Area Support Medical Company describes her next treatment move to her test facilitator. Viera, from Fayetteville, N.C., was taking her Army required Semi-Annual Combat Medic Validation Test. Refresher instruction prior to the three days of testing had been held twice weekly for 6 weeks. Pic: Peter Chadwick
CAMP TAJI - SGT Michael L. Faux, left, and SPC Jesse L. Wright, both health care specialists with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4th Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, perform CPR as part of their Army required Semi-Annual Combat Medic Validation Test. The two medics took refresher instruction, held twice weekly for 6 weeks, prior to the three days of testing. Pic: SFC Peter Chadwick
27 May 2005
Petty Officer 3rd Class Curtis Brouse, a corpsman with Alpha team, Bravo Company, 2d Military Police Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 25, 2d Force Service Support Group (Forward), stands in front of vehicle Evil 5, holding a book with a poem depicting the description of a corpsmen in the face of battle. The Peculiar, Mo., native has deployed to Iraq three times since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Pic: CPL C.J. Yard
SGT Joshua Merriman, Beckley, W. Va. native and project manager directs one of the Marine on his crew. The 10 Marines with Heavy Equipment Platoon, Support Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2d Force Service Support Group (Forward), built a new Entry Control Point on Camp Habbaniyah recently to enhance force protection on the base. Pic: SSG Amy S. Contreras
Petty Officer 3rd Class T. Scott Garmon, a surgical technician and Douglasville, Ga., native, and Petty Officer 2nd Class Amy M. Smith, an operating room technician and Tacoma, Wash., native with Combat Logistics Battalion-2, 2d Force Service Support Group (Forward), grill hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings for their fellow sailors at the hospital. The staff at the hospital took a break from the daily grind of operations in Iraq to cookout and play sports. Pic: Cpl. John E. Lawson Jr.
Petty Officer 3rd Class T. Scott Garmon, a surgical technician and Douglasville, Ga., native, with Combat Logistics Battalion-2, 2d Force Service Support Group (Forward), serves hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken wings to fellow sailors at the hospital here March 23. The staff at the hospital took a break from the daily grind of operations in Iraq to cookout and play sports, but their morale day was interrupted by indirect fire and again by the need for medical personnel when a few wounded Marines were medically evacuated to the hospital by helicopter. Pic: CPL John E. Lawson Jr.
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