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Artillery Marines hold back insurgents in key Afghan district

Story by Staff Sgt. Jeremy Ross | Regional Command Southwest | Date: 04.22.2011

FORWARD OPERATING BASE ZEEBRUGGE, Afghanistan - Kajaki District is usually dangerous, occasionally beautiful, always strategically important, and for the last six months its security has been lead by a single Marine Corps artillery battery.

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