We’re Still at War: Photo of the Day for September 19, 2013

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US Army Staff Sgt. Sean Pabey, truck commander, Sgt. James Carlberg dog handler and his dog Staff Sgt. Abby, assigned to 1st Platoon, Apache Company, 3-15th Infantry Brigade, provide overwatch from the mountain tops of Maiden Shar, Afghanistan, Sept. 1, 2013 during operation Apache Shield. The operation allows US soldiers to assist the Afghan Military Police by showing a larger presence on the surrounding mountain tops to deter any enemies of Afghanistan in the area from launching indirect fire onto Forward Operating Base Airborne. US Army photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel M. Copeland.

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