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Soldiers ensure high standards for new Iraqi construction; Leadership visit Engineer Soldiers at Contingency Operating Station Carver; Trash talk: think before you toss.
'Garryowen' prepares for incoming unit; 'Iron Soldiers' take reins from 'Mavericks'; Step aerobics class a 'step above'
New terminal means comfort for travelers; Tomahawks on the lookout near Taji; Brother, sister serve deployment together
Rollover! Rollover!; Training keeps convoy security team proficient
No combat-related deaths in December; U.S., UK close Yemen embassies over al-Qaida threats; Joint training in Iraq refreshes knowledge.
'Operation Proper Exit' gives Soldiers closure; New Year's Powder Puff Tournament; Air Cav brings in New Year with a Diamond Club run; Diplomacy takes precedence in East Rashid
Shadow program creates experienced Iraqi security forces; Camp Taji New Year's Eve celebration; Air Cavalry crew chief returns home after 20 years.
Fuel tests keep Air Cav operational; U.S., FP conduct patrol, search; Old Hickory Soldiers pause for a "Night of Praise"
Chaplains bring faith to remote locations; Christmas for the Commando Brigade; Soldier, scholar and former Marine.
Brothers reunite for Christmas; Air Cavalry command team's Christmas visit; Air Cavalry paralegal changes gears for career.
Troops raise money for N.C. Boy Scouts; Air Cav hosts 5K Jingle Bell Run; Trooper puts language skills to good use
Soldiers help Iraqi boy get a new smile; Soldiers "Garryowen" got talent; 'Good goals' keep Soldier on track
Medic treats himself after being shot by sniper; Cav band prepares for final performance; Mail clerks act as Santa's little helpers
Pilots lend a hand to air-ground training; Taking training to new heights; Shia Muslims march to Karbala
Ground Torch System training for engineers; No ordinary tire change; A Christmas gift of Catholic confirmation
Tractor trailer training at Joint Security Station Constitution; Cavalry troops search for caches in Taji; U.S. Soldiers build ties to future Iraq.
Combined U.S., Iraqi army patrol in Ur; Military Housing Allowance Rates set for 2010; Patrolling streets with combined effort.
Al-Muthana command center nears completion; Securing rural area for upcoming elections; Air Cav assists with civilian wounded after IED attack
MASCAL training provides learning experience; CSI training gives Iraqi police an explosive edge; Law allows spouses to keep residency while on orders;
U.S. aid Iraqis after sticky bomb attack; Soldiers and Iraqi army battle-drill training; Doctor volunteers during downtime.
Joint Security Station Copper handed over to Iraqi government; Ironhorse Soldiers earn their spurs; Soldiers stay busy outside the wire.
High school to flight school; Dragons, Iraqi army knock and talk in Hor al-Bash; Soldiers bring joy to Iraqi children in need.
'Signal Day' recognizes Air Cav efforts; Air Cav setup traffic control points; W. Va. Soldiers, families fund Iraqi baby's journey for sight;
Air assault training at JSS Aqur Quf; Civil affairs team assesses water filtration systems; Dash for Cash means more than money
U.S., Iraqi security forces combine to secure polling sites; Leaders' maintenance course; Sailor comes ashore for civil affairs mission.
Air Cavalry medevac: Surge, drawdown; Corps commander visits Ironhorse; Artilleryman receives high honor.
U.S., federal police forces meet, conduct combined search; Engineers build for First Team; Commandos honor fallen Soldier.
U.S., Iraqi mechanics keep vehicles mission ready; WWE superstars visit 2BCT Soldiers; Air Cavalry crew chief uses mother's good fortune.
Engineers light the way; Air Cav departs for al-Asad; Making better spouses in combat; Alleged Fort Hood shooter faces new charges;
WWE superstars help raise Air Cav morale; Greywolf leadership returns to Fort Hood; 'New Walter Reed' Effort On Track, Officials Say
Micro-grants boost purchasing power; Raiders meet local Iraqi children; More troops for Afghanistan's East, South
Women's bazaar helps local Iraqi families; Engineers learn mine detection; Highlighting K-9 capabilities.
MND-B celebrates Native American heritage; MNF-I leadership visits JSS Sheik Amir; 1st ACB pilot reunites with daughter in Iraql; U.S. doctors meet Iraqi partners
Engineers celebrate with Chief of Chaplains; Raider's celebrateThanksgiving; 1st ACB Native American holds tradition dear
Army cooks still keep Soldiers fed; Ironhorse Soldiers maintain physical fitness
Iraqi orphans receive food for the holidays; Obama, Mullen send Thanksgiving messages
Soldiers improve recreational facilities; New Texas traffic and criminal laws; DSTB receives H1N1 vaccinations; Engineer Soldiers run for the fallen
Cavalry troopers prep for aid missions; Army's Top Chaplain leads worship; Raiders earn combat patch.
2-10 Mtn. Div. takes on partnership role; New Texas traffic and criminal laws; The upcoming Hajj is approaching; Zaidon Market road increases commerce
Dragons display artillery abilities; 1st ACB, IA conduct cordon, search training
IA learn carpentry from engineer Soldiers; New Texas traffic and criminal laws; Doc makes journey from Vietnam to U.S. Army
College football rivals meet in Iraq; "Centurions" conduct small arms training; Soldiers help raise money for Iraqi widows.
IA learn the ropes on crane ops; Engineers improve Old MoD; Soldier in focus: Never give up
1st Air Cavalry, Iraqi army; Iraqi air force conduct joint air assault; Yusifiya citizens receive wheelchairs; W.V. Soldiers run for a fallen comrade.
Radar crew keeps their eyes on the skies; Aviators maintain weapons proficiency; Mavericks improve warrior skills
Engineers provide route clearance training; U.S., IA conduct door to door search
TFICA teaches to clear the way; Bridge offers faster and safer route; Microgrants helps struggling business
When crashing is part of the plan; 101st Engineers renovate entranceway; Soldiers pass on firefighting knowledge.
Soldiers give the gift of education; Arch of Ctesiphon assessment; How you win in Iraq.
Joint search for explosives in car market; U.S., Iraqi Army patrols aim to deter criminals; Engineer troops survey Liberty for new maps.