Bayji Joint Coordination Center monitors provincial elections

By Spc. Jazz BurneyFebruary 4, 2009

Iraqi Army, Iraqi Police, Salah ad-Din provincial election officials and Coalition forces monitor security operations for the Jan. 31 provincial elections at the Bayji Joint Coordination Center. Thirty-five schools in Bayji were designated as voting sites, and Iraqi Policemen provided security at each location. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jazz Burney, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Inf. Div.)
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Iraqi Army, Iraqi Police, Salah ad-Din provincial election officials and Coalition forces monitor security operations for the Jan. 31 provincial elections at the Bayji Joint Coordination Center. Thirty-five schools in Bayji were designated as voting sites, and Iraqi Policemen provided security at each location. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jazz Burney, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Inf. Div.)"
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Iraqi Army, Iraqi Police, Salah ad-Din provincial election officials and Coalition forces monitor security operations for the Jan. 31 provincial elections at the Bayji Joint Coordination Center. Thirty-five schools in Bayji were designated as voting sites, and Iraqi Policemen provided security at each location. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jazz Burney, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs, 25th Inf. Div.)" (Photo Credit: Spc. Jazz Burney) VIEW ORIGINAL