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    U.S. Army Spc. Ahren Blake, a combat medic from Clinton, Iowa, with Company D, 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment, Task Force Ironman, a part of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division, Task Force Red Bulls, holds two puppies he found at an observation post in the Aziz Khan Kats Mountain Valley range near Jalalabad, Afghanistan, April 15. The puppies have been living with the Afghan National Army Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 201st Infantry Corps, which man the Ops that 3rd Platoon visited.

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    1. tikanyis2010 49 months ago | reply

      Humanity LIVES!

    2. CATLOVERJKT 49 months ago | reply

      So..cute.., i love this pic..

    3. Cheyla38 49 months ago | reply

      Please don't sling them off any cliffs!

    4. Valerie's Essentials 49 months ago | reply

      Aw.... Ya'll are so caring!

    5. JamesDean11 49 months ago | reply

      after reading the caption it sounds more like he stole the dogs from the afghan army guys...

    6. mary320802 49 months ago | reply

      even if they did they will have a much better chance of living with the US military then those slim bags any days. them puppies are so adorable hope they get to bring em home

    7. ivanka2012 48 months ago | reply

      wow....I love this pictures! :))

    8. cpaul.wish 48 months ago | reply

      look like wiemies

    9. C.J.W.2011 42 months ago | reply

      One Service-member died from rabies he probally contracted in Afghanistan this year. GO 2B.
      www.armytimes.com/news/2011/09/ap-fort-drum-soldier-dies-...

    10. australianpolicyonline 35 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Australian Policy Online. This pic is on APO's home page (with attribution) for a few days from 28 May 2012. See www.apo.org.au/ (illustrating an article called 'The role of simulations in the authentic learning for national security policy development'). APO is a non profit website making the latest Australian and International social policy research available to the public. Thank you for listing your image with a Creative Commons license.

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