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Nengaresh Afghanistan by MilitaryPhotos Nengaresh Afghanistan by MilitaryPhotos
U.S. Army Sgt. Nick Andrews, an infantry squad leader with Company C, 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment, from Marshalltown, Iowa, looks into the valley from a mountaintop outside the village of Nengaresh, Afghanistan, Jan. 21. Soldiers from Co. C, joined Afghan National Army Soldiers from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 201st Infantry Corp, on the patrol. After seven hours of dismounted searching through rugged terrain, Co. C and their Afghan counterparts located an improvised explosive device along Route Iowa, thanks to a tip from someone in the area of Tupac, Afghanistan. Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Matson, Task Force Red Bulls Public Affairs Office
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svani1990 Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is so BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
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:iconshana-brume:
That mountain is just beautiful... I would like to visit a place like that :)
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:icondelinquentdesigns:
wooha check out the camo that works perfectly :) bet he's glad about that.
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:iconnoor-al-haqiqa:
Pretty impressive camouglage, no one would see this guy.
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projectvxn Jan 25, 2011
Effing multicam....Love that stuff.
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TheOnlyEpicWolf Jan 25, 2011  Student General Artist
Real Life Photoshop. You're doing it right.
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:iconepicsofa:
Well....Now I know where Tupac is hiding out..
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:iconalpha-rcon:
Love the mountains in the background, it adds to the Welcome to Afghanistan feel :) Also love the Sergeant's MOE hand guards and stock on his m4. I am confused on why he wearing tan boots when most soldiers use those Brown Climbing boots?
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projectvxn Jan 25, 2011
Those tan boots go pretty well with the Multicam uniform as well as the UCP/-D uniform.

And ditto on the MOE.
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:iconalpha-rcon:
They do, but they function different from the Boots issued. The brown hiking boots are said to "give soldiers better footing" on rocky terrain such as in Afghanistan, I personally do not know about that, but that is what I have heard.
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