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Marines Take Now Zad During Operation Cobra's Anger

Marines with 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, conduct combat operations in Now Zad, Afghanistan, during Operation Cobra's Anger, Dec. 4. Operation Cobra's Anger disrupted enemy supply lines and communication in Now Zad, once a safe haven for Taliban forces.



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This work, Marines Take Now Zad During Operation Cobra's Anger [Image 19 of 28], by Sgt Walter D. Marino II, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.04.2009

Date Posted:12.11.2009 08:05

Photo ID:230753

VIRIN:091204-M-#####-025

Resolution:3504x2336

Size:983.39 KB

Location:NOW ZAD, AFGlobe

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