A Day With 3rd Stryker

By Sgt. Tierney NowlandJanuary 22, 2007

Spc. Justin Smith keeps an eye out for trouble.
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A wall makes for a nice viewing platform to see the Soldiers.
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Another child greets a Soldier.
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Sgt. 1st Class Michael Robinson greets an Iraqi child.
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Children greet the Soldiers and ham it up for the camera.
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2nd Lt. Jacob Czekanski borrows Spc. Nathan Perkins' radio.
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Sgt. 1st Class Michael Robinson and his Iraqi interpreter speak with area residents.
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Sgt. Jim Kelley stays alert and ready to protect himself and fellow Soldiers, should the need arise.
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Spc. Daniel Whitt advances toward a house.
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Iraqi children smile as the Soldiers depart their neighborhood.
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