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Posted: 2/26/2006 4:54:35 PM EDT

An Iraqi woman closes the shutters to her home as a US soldier from the 1-506 RCT Charlie Company 101st Airborne Division arrives to secure the scene of an Improvised Explosive Device, or IED, found unexploded buried in the road in the restive city of Ramadi, west of Baghdad. Insurgents killed 23 Iraqis despite tough security measures imposed in the capital in the wake of sectarian violence that sparked warnings of civil war.(AFP/David Furst)


US soldiers from the 1-506 RCT Charlie Company 101st Airborne Division arrive to secure the scene of an Improvised Explosive Device, or IED, found unexploded buried in the road in the restive city of Ramadi, west of Baghdad. The US-led coalition expressed renewed concern about Iraqi militias amid an outburst of sectarian unrest but acknowledged that the current violence might not be conducive to immediate moves to disband them.(AFP/David Furst)


Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (C) arrives at Camp Victory in Baghdad February 26, 2006, ahead of talks with Iraqi trade officials as he tries to save one of Australia's biggest wheat export markets. Iraq suspended dealings with Australia's monopoly wheat exporter, AWB Ltd., earlier this month pending the results of an inquiry into allegations it paid kickbacks to Saddam Hussein's ousted government under the oil-for-food program. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool


A British soldier (R) walks with an Iraqi translator while on patrol near the scene of bomb attack in Basra, 550 km, (341miles) south of Baghdad February 26, 2006. Explosives packed into the washing area of a Shi'ite mosque in the southern city of Basra blew up on Sunday, causing minor injuries, police and witnesses said. Police said they suspected three men wounded in the blast had been planting the bomb when it exploded prematurely. REUTERS/Atef Hassan


A Japanese soldier secures an area in the southern city of Samawa as others soldiers inspect the last phase of the construction of al-Mutawaq Bridge (background) on 16 February. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi will announce as soon as next month a decision to pull troops out of Iraq between April and June, a report said.(AFP/File/Ahmad Abdel Razak)


Iraqi soldiers hold their weapons at a checkpoint in Baghdad February 26, 2006. The Iraqi capital remained quiet on Sunday, the beginning of the work week, with a traffic ban extended until Monday to reduce the threat of further violence. REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen


An Iraqi soldier stands guard at a checkpoint in Baghdad February 26, 2006. The Iraqi capital remained quiet on Sunday, the beginning of the work week, with a traffic ban extended until Monday to reduce the threat of further violence. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen


Members of the Royal Gloucestershire Light Infantry patrol the streets of the southern town of Lashkar Gah in Afghanistan February 24, 2006. Picture taken February 24, 2006. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton/PA/WPA Pool


Soldiers of Afghan National Army take up their position outside the Policharki Prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006. Hundreds inmates, including terrorism convicts, clashed with guards in a failed attempt to break out of a high-security prison in the capital, then took control of parts of the prison, officials said Sunday. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)


A soldier of the Afghan National Army offers prayers outside the Policharki Prison in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006. Terror convicts and hundreds of other inmates clashed with guards and took control of parts of a high-security prison in Afghanistan's capital, officials said Sunday. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)


Philippines Air Force troops arrive at a standoff at the Philippines Marines Headquarters in Manila Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006. The potential threat to President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's leadership ended peacefully after disgruntled marine officers agreed to end a five-hour standoff that began when their commander was relieved of his duties. The officers appeared to back down when their appeal for people to defy a ban on rallies and turn out to protect them 'from aggression' drew only about 3,000-4,000 opposition figures, leftist leaders and their followers. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

Link Posted: 2/26/2006 4:54:56 PM EDT
Awesome!!
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 4:57:30 PM EDT
You da man.
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 4:58:08 PM EDT
Great Pics!

Thanks Lumpy!
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:08:07 PM EDT
awesome pics, thanks lump... That romanian with the bakelite in it looks great...
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:09:21 PM EDT
Great pics as usual.
Keep up the good work Lumpy!
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:09:59 PM EDT
Why do all Iraqi soldiers look like the guy who fixed my A/C last summer?

G
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:11:33 PM EDT
1st pic - you think she knows who did it?


Great job as usual, thanks Lumpy!
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:13:22 PM EDT
That's the 2nd or 3rd coup threat in the Phil. in the last few days isn't it?
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:15:50 PM EDT
i feel sorry for the poor iraqi guys working with us. they basically have to be in the witness protection program to keep from being kidnapped
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:24:43 PM EDT
Thanks!
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:26:56 PM EDT


Thanks man.....



Link Posted: 2/27/2006 5:43:17 AM EDT

A little piece is better than no piece...



Thanks
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 5:47:42 AM EDT


Old school 4-pos stock. I like it!!
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 1:07:28 PM EDT
BTT
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 1:34:55 PM EDT
Good stuff, Lumpy!
The Iraqi army should just about be ready to defend their country.
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 2:42:47 PM EDT
"Police said they suspected three men wounded in the blast had been planting the bomb when it exploded prematurely"

Reading that just warms my heart.
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 2:53:42 PM EDT
Thanks for rounding these up for us.
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