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Photo Essay: Marines fight on in south Afghanistan

Saturday, September 17, 2011
By BRENNAN LINSLEY
Associated Press

PATROL BASE 302, Afghanistan -- One small U.S. Marine base in southern Afghanistan is surrounded on three sides by bomb-infested farmland and ever-changing Taliban firing positions. The base is reachable only by foot, on the fourth side, by way of a path they call the Serpentine.

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