KRTSANISI, Republic of Georgia — Marine Sgt. Michael Szeman evaluates Republic of Georgia Soldiers on firing the PKM machinegun at a range here Feb. 22, 2006. A 53-member U.S. task force, consis

KRTSANISI, Republic of Georgia — Marine Sgt. Michael Szeman evaluates Republic of Georgia Soldiers on firing the PKM machinegun at a range here Feb. 22, 2006. A 53-member U.S. task force, consisting mainly of veterans from conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, is training the Georgian Soldiers to form part of the dedicated force called for in UN Security Council Resolution 1546 to protect UN peacekeeping forces in Iraq. U.S. European Command's Georgia Sustainment and Stability Operations Program assists the Georgian armed forces sustain those ongoing deployments. (Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Moor) Dowload higest-resolution version(1600 by 525 pixels)

KRTSANISI, Republic of Georgia — Marine Sgt. Michael Szeman evaluates Republic of Georgia Soldiers on firing the PKM machinegun at a range here Feb. 22, 2006. A 53-member U.S. task force, consisting mainly of veterans from conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, is training the Georgian Soldiers to form part of the dedicated force called for in UN Security Council Resolution 1546 to protect UN peacekeeping forces in Iraq. U.S. European Command's Georgia Sustainment and Stability Operations Program assists the Georgian armed forces sustain those ongoing deployments. (Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Moor)

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