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Airman 1st Class Jonathan Guzman attaches tape to Army Spc. Jeremy Gary's head as part of a combat lifesaver course on Joint Base Balad, Iraq. The Army, Air Force and Navy used a mass casualty exercise as the final training scenario for the joint CLS course. Airman Guzman, a security forces apprentice with the 532nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, is deployed from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Specialist Gary, a joint node network operator maintainer, is assigned to the 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion, deployed from Fort Lewis, Wash.

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Title Annotation:Frontline Duty; combat lifesaver
Geographic Code:7IRAQ
Date:Mar 1, 2009
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