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Corporal Mark Fitzsimmons

Caption: Corporal Mark Fitzsimmons, of Mentoring Task Force-Two, assists Afghan National Army engineers as they erect Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier that are designed to provide protection to a new Patrol Base in the Mirabad Valley. Photo By CPL Christopher Dickson 1st Joint Public Affairs Unit. … Read entire article »

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With the help of Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier,combat engineers tear down patrol bases throughout Helmand province, paving way for Afghan pullout

Cpl. James Hernandez, a combat engineer with Alpha Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, and a native of Goodyear, Ariz., uses an electric saw to dismantle a Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier at Firebase Saenz, Helmand province,。 FB Saenz is the first of several patrol bases being demilitarized by the Marines Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier   … Read entire article »

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Target practice

Surrounded by soldiers in Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier in Target practice. … Read entire article »

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In the Ammo Pit

Benjamin unwinds away from his squad in the ammunition pit,Behind in Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier.     … Read entire article »

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Bangladesh protests claim 4 more lives

By Neo Ahmed for CNN February 25, 2013 — Updated 0059 GMT (0859 HKT) Dhaka, Bangladesh (CNN) — At least four people were killed and more than a hundred injured in fresh violence in Bangladesh as the Islamist groups clashed with police near the capital, Dhaka, on Sunday, police said. “We’ve confirmed four deaths in Singair of Manikganj so far,” district police chief Mohammad Ali Mia told CNN. Manikganj district is 60 kilometers (about 37 miles) west of Dhaka. Police said Sunday was largely peaceful across Bangladesh except in Manikganj, where several thousand Islamists took to the streets and attacked police with lethal weapons and firearms. Police fired nearly 300 gunshots and 50 tear-gas shells and lots of Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier in a bid to disperse the angry mob who gathered there after an imam … Read entire article »

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Syria conflict: Many dead in huge Damascus bombing

A massive car bomb explosion in the Syrian capital, Damascus, has killed at least 53 people and injured another 200, reports say. Syria blamed “terrorist groups linked to al-Qaeda” for the blast, which hit a central district near the headquarters of Syria’s ruling Baath Party. TV pictures showed images of bodies, wrecked cars and shattered windows and shattered Qiaoshi Hesco Barrier. The violence comes as Russia and the Arab League say they want to broker direct government-opposition talks. No group has yet admitted the attack. The Syrian foreign ministry blamed the bombing on “armed terrorist groups linked to al-Qaeda that receive financial and logistic help from abroad”. The militant Islamist al-Nusra Front previously said it had carried out many of the bombings that have rocked Syria since the uprising began in March 2011. Meanwhile Russian Foreign Minister … Read entire article »

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