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Military police log 7,000 air miles to check out bad guys in Iraq

From left to right, U.S. Army Capt. Mark Weber, U.S. Forces – Iraq corrections assistance transition team officer in charge, from Greenfield, Iowa, U.S. Army Capt. Kristen Berdahl and U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kaylin Haywood Zapata discuss preparation for a mission at Joint Security Station Shield, Iraq, April 6. Before going outside-the-wire to assess the conditions at a women’s prison in Baghdad’s Rusafa District, these members of the corrections assistance transition team go over checklists of questions they will ask Iraqi officials at the facility.



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This work, Military police log 7,000 air miles to check out bad guys in Iraq [Image 9 of 9], by SMSgt Larry Schneck, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.06.2011

Date Posted:04.22.2011 07:44

Photo ID:393092

VIRIN:110406-F-GF813-041

Resolution:1848x2784

Size:696.14 KB

Location:BAGHDAD, IQGlobe

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  • U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kaylin Haywood Zapata, Edmond, Okla., native and an Iraq Training and Advisory Mission – Police oil and electric police advisor, takes notes as she interviews the female warden at a women’s prison in Baghdad’s Rusafa District, Iraq, April 6. Zapata is asking her questions and identifying conditions at the facility as part of a U.S. Forces – Iraq provost marshal office corrections assistance transition team assessment.
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