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Fit to fight: how the military restores its own

Spc. James R. Hill, 113th Combat Stress Control Detachment, talks to a soldier as he works through the hardening course at the Warrior Recovery Center at Kandahar Airfield. Hill is one of two dog handlers in the unit and had actually come in on his day off to help conduct the session.



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This work, Fit to fight: how the military restores its own [Image 4 of 6], by SGT Harold McGill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.13.2012

Date Posted:05.05.2012 03:39

Photo ID:572847

VIRIN:120413-A-#####-682

Resolution:1920x1275

Size:1.65 MB

Location:AF

Hometown:GARDEN GROVE, CA, US

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