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SPORT NFL
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October 26, 2003
Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap (86) makes a one-handed catch on a
pass from quarterback Kyle Boller,...
Baltimore, United States of America
RAVENS HEAP MAKES ONE HANDED CATCH AGAINST BRONCOS.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap (86) makes a one-handed catch on a
pass from quarterback Kyle Boller, as Denver Broncos' Kelly Herndon
(31) defends on the fourth quarter play in the NFL game in Baltimore,
October 26, 2003. Baltimore won the game, 26-6. REUTERS/Joe Giza

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ATTACK AFGHAN
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March 16, 2002
Air Force Senior Airman Clayton Davis (L) from Fort Hood, Texas and
United States 10th Mountain Major...
Eastern Afghanistan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US TROOPS AT DESTROYED ENEMY POSITION IN AFGHANISTAN.
Air Force Senior Airman Clayton Davis (L) from Fort Hood, Texas and
United States 10th Mountain Major Brad Herndon from Fort Drum, New York
look through a book found at an al Qaeda or Taliban encampment that was
hit by U.S. fire, March 16, 2002 on the mountain top known as the
"Whale" in the Shahikot valley region of eastern Afghanistan. The book
contained hand written notes in the Chechen language. The encampment
was hit during Operation Anaconda as coalition troops pursue al Qaeda
and Taliban in Afghanistan. REUTERS/POOL/Joe Raedle

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ATTACK AFGHANISTAN
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March 16, 2002
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Brad Herndon from Fort Drum,
New York looks at a cassette...
Eastern Afghanistan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US TROOPS AT DESTROYED ENEMY POSITIONS IN AFGHANISTAN.
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Brad Herndon from Fort Drum,
New York looks at a cassette he found at an al Qaeda or Taliban
encampment that was hit by U.S. fire,March 16, 2002 on the mountain top
known as the "Whale" in the Shahikot valley region of eastern
Afghanistan. The encampment was hit during Operation Anaconda as
coalition troops pursue al Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan.
REUTERS/POOL/Joe Raedle

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 16, 2002
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Brad Herndon from Fort Drum,
New York looks through a book...
Eastern Afghanistan, United States of America
US SOLDIER LOOKS THROUGH A BOOK FOUND ON A MOUNTAIN TOP.
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Brad Herndon from Fort Drum,
New York looks through a book found at an al Qaeda or Taliban
encampment that was hit by U.S. fire on the mountain top known as the
"Whale" in the Shahikot valley region of eastern Afghanistan, March 16,
2002. The book contained hand written notes in the Chechen language.
The encampment was hit during Operation Anaconda as coalition troops
pursue al Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Joe Raedle/Pool

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