Brothers in Arms

By Sgt. Tierney P. NowlandJanuary 19, 2007

Iraqi police pose for a photo prior to the operation.
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Spc. William Nossaman and an Iraqi policeman wish each other well as the troops begin the operation.
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Iraqi police check their rifles and ammunition.
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Spc. Ronnie Saunders and other Soldiers and Iraqi police provide security as their comrades clear houses nearby.
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Soldiers are wary of possible enemy ambushes.
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Iraqi police and a Marine clear a house, looking for weapons and insurgents.
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The Soldiers prepare to enter a courtyard.
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The combined forces leave Al Boetha after a successful operation.
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