07 March 2008

Members of the Duraiya Sons of Iraq group provide security along the Salman Pak to al Lej, Iraq, road, near Checkpoint 600, during the reopening ceremony. The road and checkpoint were closed to the public after a suicide bomber detonated a car bomb there, killing seven Iraqi national policemen last May.
Pic: SFC Sean Riley

Sheiks and civic leaders from Dura'iya and Salman Pak, Iraq, gather prior to the reopening of Checkpoint 600 and the road to Salman Pak to al Lej.
Pic: SFC Sean Riley

Soldiers from Bravo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment, attached to 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, inspect a vehicle for anything suspicious in Yarmuk, Iraq.
Pic: SPC Sharhonda Mccoy

Brig. Gen. Aamir, commander of the 1st Brigade, 1st National Police Division, Lt. Col. Razzak, the Salman Pak chief of police, Sheiks Ali Hussein and Karin, Sons of Iraq leaders from Salman Pak and Dura'iya, Iraq, respectively, speak to Iraqi media about the importance of the opening of the Salman Pak to al Lej road, prior to cutting the ribbon.
Pic: SFC Sean Riley

CPL Kristina Andersen, a military police Soldier with the 401st Military Police Company, 716th Military Police Battalion, 18th Military Police Brigade, Multi-National Division-Baghdad, and native of Orlando, Fla., helps an Iraqi policeman disassemble an SA-58 rifle during Day 2 of the two week on the job training at the Jamia IP Station. The training consisted of weapons familiarization, how to clear the SA-58, how to assemble and disassemble the SA-58 and how to do a functions check on the weapon.
Pic: SGT Daniel Blottenberger

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