1st Lt. Jerry Koltz, a platoon leader with the 545th Military Police Company, and an Iraqi policeman confer about an Iraqi police candidates tattoos at an IP recruiting drive Sept. 29. Some kinds of tattoos, like those applied in prison or in certain segments of the Hussein regimes military, can disqualify a candidate from attending two-month-long police academies in Baghdad or Jordan. The 1st Cavalry Divisions 5th Brigade Combat Team recruited 704 candidates, six of whom were women, for the police academies in Baghdad and Jordan. (U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Bill Putnam, 122nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
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