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Missions build leaders, relationships

Soldiers of the 262nd Delaware OD, attached to the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Volunteer, patrol the area outside the Al Amal School for the Deaf in the Ar Rumaiytha District, Muthanna province, as hearing aids and school supplies are delivered.



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This work, Missions build leaders, relationships [Image 11 of 11], by SGT Anita VanderMolen, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.14.2009

Date Posted:03.28.2010 15:17

Photo ID:263962

VIRIN:090914-A-#####-003

Resolution:2317x1555

Size:1.63 MB

Location:AR RUMAIYTHA, IQ

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  • Soldiers of the 262nd Delaware OD, attached to the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Volunteer, escorted by the Iraqi police, secure the area outside the Al Amal School for the Deaf in the Ar Rumaiytha district, Muthanna province, as hearing aids and school supplies are delivered.
  • Soldiers of the 262nd Delaware OD, attached to the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Volunteer, patrol the area outside the Al Amal School for the Deaf in the Ar Rumaiytha district, Muthanna province, as hearing aids and school supplies are delivered.
  • Soldiers of the 262nd Delaware OD, attached to the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Volunteer, patrol the area outside the Al Amal School for the Deaf in the Ar Rumaiytha District, Muthanna province, Iraq, as hearing aids and school supplies are delivered.
  • Student s of the Al Amal Deaf Institute, Al Rumaiytha District, Muthanna province, Iraq, take a photo with Spc. Anita VanderMolen, public affairs specialist for the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team and civilian Educational Sign Language interpreter on Sept. 14. the school received 80 hearing aids, two flat-screen televisions with DVD players and a generator from the 287th Sustainment Brigade, the Provincial Reconstruction Team, Muthanna, and the 41st IBCT. They also received school supplies and toys. The delivery of these items is a culmination of a 10-month long project. The equipment will be used for education, information and awareness access. The PRT and U.S. Army will continue to work with the students, teachers and community to make the transition from assistance to self-sustainment.

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