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Coalition force members engage insurgents during an Afghan-led security patrol in Farah province, Afghanistan, Dec. 7, 2012. US Marine Corps photo by Sergeant Pete Thibodeau.
Posted by concerned at December 21, 2012 4:03 PM ET:
Please correct me if I'm wrong but if you are going to post pics of SF guys shouldn't you pixelate the faces?
[The photograph was released by the Department of Defense. Please note the attribution under the picture. -- Editors]
Posted by Relaxl at December 22, 2012 12:56 PM ET:
There aren't many "sf guys" who need to hide their identities...those that should are busy making video games and movies anyway.
Posted by Dave Chugg at December 25, 2012 2:04 PM ET:
What kind of (foreground) vehicle is shown above in the Farah coalition engagement? I assume some sort of ATV, but can't google it.
Posted by Simon G. at December 26, 2012 11:10 AM ET:
Polaris MRZR 2
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Information on the insider attacks in which Afghan security personnel attack Coalition forces.
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The New York Times cited LWJ's data on US airstrikes in Yemen, Pakistan, and Somalia over the last decade.
PRI quoted Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's media campaign.
Reuters cited Bill Roggio's report on an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leader who was freed in Afghanistan and has returned to wage jihad in Kunduz.
The Boston Globe quoted Bill Roggio on the situation in Iraq.
BBC quoted Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's beheading of Steven Sotloff.
CBC News quoted Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's recruitment of children.
FOX News interviewed Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's recruitment of children.
Roll Call interviewed Bill Roggio on the Obama administration's lack of statregy to deal with the Islamic State.
ABC cited Thomas Joscelyn's report on al Qaeda's split with the Islamic State.
The Washington Post cited Lisa Lundquist and Bill Roggio's report on insider attacks in Afghanistan.
The Washington Post used Bill Roggio and Patrick Megahan's map data on the Islamic State's control in Iraq and Syria to create its own map.
The Los Angeles Times used Bill Roggio and Patrick Megahan's map data on the Islamic State's control in Iraq and Syria to create its own map.
The Guardian cited Lisa Lundquist and Bill Roggio's report on insider attacks in Afghanistan.
The Wall Street Journal again used Bill Roggio and Patrick Megahan's map data on the Islamic State's control in Iraq and Syria to create its own map.
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