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Riding with the 'Blood Angels'

A Humvee pulls up next to a Humvee disabled by a simulated improvised explosive device (left) in preparation to attach a tow strap and drag the immobilized vehicle away from the site of attack. To expedite this process, each vehicle was fitted with a tow strap prior to the start of the mission, which was tucked through sling loops on the hood so it would be easily accessible in time of need. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Bradley J. Wancour, 13th Public Affairs Detachment)



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This work, Riding with the 'Blood Angels' [Image 7 of 11], by SPC Bradley Wancour, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.05.2013

Date Posted:12.19.2013 21:20

Photo ID:1141764

VIRIN:130505-A-JB858-005

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:9.23 MB

Location:FORT POLK, LA, USGlobe

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