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This newscast includes the following stories: The Iraqi army and police now have a safer way to carry out their missions. Soldiers in the 210 Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team are fortifying regular Ford and Chevy trucks and turning them into up armored vehicles for Iraqi security forces to use during their daily patrols.



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Date Taken:03.03.2010

Date Posted:03.03.2010

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:24358

Length:00:00:56

Filename:1003/DOD_100065172.mp3

Location:BAGHDADGlobe

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