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New Zealand soldiers of Task Unit Crib work non-stop in Bamyan

New Zealand soldiers, Malaysian soldiers, and civilian contractors with Task Unit Crib play a game of dodge ball on Forward Operating Base Bamyan, June 19, 2012. Soldiers from New Zealand and Malaysia have been stationed at FOB Bamyan since 2003.

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This work, New Zealand soldiers of Task Unit Crib work non-stop in Bamyan [Image 17 of 17], by SGT Ken Scar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.15.2012

Date Posted:06.24.2012 06:31

Photo ID:610873



Size:1.83 MB


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