U.S. Marine Corp. Matt Trznadel stands watch in Marjah, Afghanistan while Afghan farmers meet with a U.S. Marine officer to complain about the military's use of a nearby poppy field as a landing zone.
U.S. Marine Corp. Matt Trznadel stands watch in Marjah, Afghanistan while Afghan farmers meet with a U.S. Marine officer to complain about the military's use of a nearby poppy field as a landing zone. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
U.S. Marine Corp. Matt Trznadel stands watch in Marjah, Afghanistan while Afghan farmers meet with a U.S. Marine officer to complain about the military's use of a nearby poppy field as a landing zone. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

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