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March 21st, 2008
U.S. Air Force pararescuemen conduct pre-flight checks on their parachutes before boarding an HC-130 Hercules aircraft for a training jump over Djibouti March 13, 2008. The men are assigned to the 82nd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron.
In this image from television released Friday, March 21, 2008, by China's Tibet TV and provided by APTN, Chinese riot police arrest Tibetian people to be charged as protesters in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The government stepped up its manhunt Friday for protesters in last week's anti-Chinese riots in Tibet's capital, as thousands of troops converged on foot, in trucks and helicopters in Tibetan areas of western China
In this undated photo released by Cheryl Harris via the Post-Gazette, shows Staff Sgt. Ryan Maseth. Ryan, 24, was electrocuted in his shower in Iraq on Jan. 2, 2008. His mother Cheryl Harris is filing a lawsuit in his death. Green Beret Electrocuted In ShowerReported by: Newsroom SolutionsThursday, Mar 20, 2008 @10:00am CST(Pittsburgh, PA) -- The family of a Green Beret electrocuted in Iraq is suing a private contractor over his death.Staff Sergeant Ryan Douglas Maseth was killed when he stepped into a shower in Baghdad.The Army says that Maseth was electrocuted because an electric water pump wasn't properly grounded.The Pennsylvania family has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the contractor who was hired to do the maintenance work.The lawsuit alleges KBR failed to fix a known problem that may have led to the electrocution and used water pumps made in China that didn't meet U.S. safety standards. At least 12 soldiers have been accidently electrocuted in Iraq.(Copyright 2008 by Newsroom Solutions)
Dust rises as Private Nathan Kerr fires an AW50 .50 cal anti-material rifle at Butler Range in Diyala Province, Iraq. In the foreground Lance Corporal Stewart Alport takes note of the point of strike.
Corporal Glenn Wright (left) and Private Donald McPhail from SECDET XII fire their 5.56mm F88 Steyr Assault Rifles during a range practice at Butler Range in Diyala Province, Iraq.
Australian Army snipers employed in the overwatch role provide an extra set of eyes for the ground troops travelling the busy streets of Baghdad. Here Lance Corporal Stewart Alport (rear with rifle) and Private Nathan Kerr watch over Baghdad from their high-rise perch.
KEY WEST, Fla. (March 3, 2008) Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC) assigned to Special Boat Team 20 link together during a free-fall parachute jump from an Air Force C-130 at an altitude of approximately 12,500 feet. SWCCs employ their unique training, equipment, and tactics in missions worldwide. U.S. Navy photo by Shane Hollar (Released)

 

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