CONTINGENCY OPERATING LOCATION Q-WEST, Iraq - Seen through the clean windshield of his Min-Resistant, Ambush-Protected gun truck, Sgt. Edwin L. Pauley, a scout truck commander from Salisbury, Md., inspects the truck's communication system in the company motor pool here Feb. 4. The windows stay cleaner during missions because Pauley's driver, Spc. Michael A. Boucher, a scout truck driver from Batesville, Miss., made additional mud flaps for the Self-Protection Adaptive Roller Kit - attached to the front of the vehicle, absorbing bomb damage and shielding the vehicle and crew, said Pauley. Both men serve with 1st Platoon, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 198th Combined Arms, 155th Brigade Combat Team, out of Greenwood, Miss.