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Military slideshow

Soldiers through the ages

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    A soldier attached to Delta Company, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division watches a road through binoculars during a patrol eight days after a May 12 attack that left four U.S. soldiers and an Iraqi soldier dead and three comrades missing in Quarghuli village, near Youssifiyah, 12 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq Sunday, May 20, 2007. (AP Image)

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    Gov. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina is shown in 1922, taking ROTC summer training at Camp McClellan, Ala. (AP Image)

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    Col. John Gossett stands in the Iraqi desert with allied equipment behind him in this undated photo. Col. Gossett commanded more than 2000 troops in the Army's 18th Airborne Division during the Gulf War in 1991. (AP Image)

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    General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, right, smiles from the car he shares with Soviet Marshal Gregory K. Zhukov in Leningrad, Russia, August 21, 1945. (AP Image)

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    United States Army Private Gaylord Johnson of Ovid, New York patrols an area atop a Humvee vehicle 10 miles from the Iraqi border in northern Kuwait, January 10, 2001. Hardly anyone expects Saddam Hussein to return anytime soon across the U.N.-monitored border. But rather than build its own army, Kuwait finances a rotating force of 5,000 American and British troops. (AP Image)

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    The gun crew of a these quad 50 caliber machine guns fire at Communist position across a valley on the Korean eastern front where fighting has flared the past few days. The two crewmen, poart of the 145th Automatic Anti-aircraft Artillery battalion are (left) Pfc1/c James Heins of Shreveport, La., and Corp. Harry Locke (at telephone) of Marianna, Ark. (AP Image)

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    Soldiers with the U.S. army's 7th Corps huddle in a bunker in Eastern Saudi Arabia with gas masks and chemical suits just after U.S. planes started bombing Iraq in Jan. 18, 1991. (AP Image)

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