First Lt. John Paszterko carries fresh ammunication during a two-hour firefight with insurgents near the village of Raysnar in Afghanistan.
First Lt. John Paszterko carries fresh ammunication during a two-hour firefight with insurgents near the village of Raysnar in Afghanistan. David Belluz/MCT
First Lt. John Paszterko carries fresh ammunication during a two-hour firefight with insurgents near the village of Raysnar in Afghanistan. David Belluz/MCT

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September 09, 2010 07:40 PM

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