U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Stephen Sazalsky (far right), of Pittsburgh, and 1st Lt. Benedict Zilka (middle right), of Little Falls, Minn., train Afghan soldiers in providing security for the country's April 2014 presidential elections.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Stephen Sazalsky (far right), of Pittsburgh, and 1st Lt. Benedict Zilka (middle right), of Little Falls, Minn., train Afghan soldiers in providing security for the country's April 2014 presidential elections. U.S. Army
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Stephen Sazalsky (far right), of Pittsburgh, and 1st Lt. Benedict Zilka (middle right), of Little Falls, Minn., train Afghan soldiers in providing security for the country's April 2014 presidential elections. U.S. Army

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