"Band of Brothers"

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    Soldiers from Battery B, 3rd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, pause at the end of a patrol near Wynot, Iraq. This photo appeared on www.army.mil.

    prolife1967, jessleecuizon, fozbaca, and 90 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Nathan Matthews Photography [deleted] 86 months ago | reply

      I Like It!

    2. Renato Piereck 84 months ago | reply

      I love military sillouettes!

    3. Paul Swortz 84 months ago | reply

      Outstanding shot!!

    4. Lyle58 83 months ago | reply

      A definite fave!

    5. BootyLover<3 81 months ago | reply

      modern band of brothers , hooah airborne .

    6. Andrew.T@NN 79 months ago | reply

      LOL,Band of Brothers!
      great shot!

    7. Fco. Gómez 79 months ago | reply

      Great shot!!!

    8. J Charpentier 78 months ago | reply

      This is very nice, well done!

    9. NikonWitch 71 months ago | reply

      I wanted to let you know this image was used at USAMITC for a Warrior Ethos poster I created.

      Excellent image!

    10. talon7461 66 months ago | reply

      That's our guys...we love you!!! Rakk-on, B-3/320th F/A!!!

    11. FromSantiago 63 months ago | reply

      Muy interesante el recurso de las sombras, nada se ve pero todos sabemos lo que estamos viendo; preciosa foto.

    12. Just Another War Boy 55 months ago | reply

      Best picture in the world

    13. Bassim BG 55 months ago | reply

      Brilliant shot, meaningful

    14. 1iLoveXO 47 months ago | reply


    15. working212 41 months ago | reply

      I was told that this photo was taken in Korea by a retired miltary photographer about 1 year ago.

    16. working212 41 months ago | reply

      It is supposed to be a MP unit returning from a training exercise in Korea. My nephew is in the photo. Either way it is a nice photo.

    17. LoboTBL 28 months ago | reply

      Served with Battery B, 3rd Bn 320th at Ft. Campbell...84-87...interesting to see that pic

    18. William M Ferriter 18 months ago | reply

      Just wanted to thank you -- for your service and for documenting the service of the men and women who defend our nation.

      I also wanted to thank you for licensing these images Creative Commons - Attribution. I just used this one in a slide for teachers about the importance of collective strength:



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