U.S. Marine Lt. Ademola Fabayo of New York City fires at insurgents attempting to outflank a group of U.S. military trainers and Afghan army officers taking cover from a three-sided ambush outside the village of Ganjgal in eastern Afghanistan, September 8, 2009. Afghan security forces and their U.S. military trainers were going to the village to search it for weapons and hold talks with the elders who had agreed to accept the authority of the local government. Four U.S. service members and nine Afghans were killed. (Jonathan S. Landay/MCT)
U.S. Marine Lt. Ademola Fabayo of New York City fires at insurgents attempting to outflank a group of U.S. military trainers and Afghan army officers taking cover from a three-sided ambush outside the village of Ganjgal in eastern Afghanistan, September 8, 2009. Afghan security forces and their U.S. military trainers were going to the village to search it for weapons and hold talks with the elders who had agreed to accept the authority of the local government. Four U.S. service members and nine Afghans were killed. (Jonathan S. Landay/MCT) Jonathan S. Landay /MCT
U.S. Marine Lt. Ademola Fabayo of New York City fires at insurgents attempting to outflank a group of U.S. military trainers and Afghan army officers taking cover from a three-sided ambush outside the village of Ganjgal in eastern Afghanistan, September 8, 2009. Afghan security forces and their U.S. military trainers were going to the village to search it for weapons and hold talks with the elders who had agreed to accept the authority of the local government. Four U.S. service members and nine Afghans were killed. (Jonathan S. Landay/MCT) Jonathan S. Landay /MCT

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