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Marine Escapes Improvised Explosive Device in Afghanistan
New photos show Marines narrowly escaping IED blasts in Afghanistan.
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July 13: A Marine of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade runs to safety moments after an IED blast in Garmsir district of Helmand Province in Afghanistan. (AFP)

IED Explosion

July 13: A Marine of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade runs to safety moments after an IED blast in Garmsir district of Helmand Province in Afghanistan (AFP).

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July 11: An Afghan man cycles past U.S. soldiers securing the area near the site of a roadside bomb explosion in the mountains of Wardak Province in Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

IED Explosion

July 11: U.S. soldiers of 3rd Platoon from the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division scan the area near the site of a roadside bomb explosion in the mountains of Wardak Province in Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

IED Explosion

July 11: U.S. soldiers of 3rd Platoon from the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division fill a crater after a roadside bomb explosion in the mountains of Wardak Province in Afghanistan. (Reuters)

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IED Explosion

July 2: Soldiers detonate an IED on the road near Combat Operation Post (CON) Conlon in the mountains of Wardak Province, Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

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July 2: U.S. soldiers of 10th Mountain Division and an Afghan man stand near a destroyed water channel after improvised explosive devices (IED) were detonated on the road near Combat Operation Outpost (COP) Conlon in the mountains of Wardak Province, Afghanistan.

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July 2: U.S. soldiers of 10th Mountain Division detonate discovered improvised explosive device (IED) placed on the road near Combat Operation Outpost (COP) Conlon in mountains of Wardak Province, Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

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July 2: .S. soldiers of 10th Mountain Division walk around a water tunnel with discovered improvised explosive devices (IED) placed in jerrycans (blue and yellow) on the road near Combat Operation Outpost (COP) Conlon in the mountains of Wardak Province, Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

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July 2: U.S. Staff Sergeant Blake Lundsfrom of 775A EOD from the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division stands next to a de-mining robot after improvised explosive devices (IED) were discovered on the road near Combat Operation Outpost (COP) Conlon in the mountains of Wardak Province, Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

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July 11: An Apple iPod music player is attached to the tactical vest of a U.S. soldier of 3rd Platoon from the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division as he drives to the site of a roadside bomb explosion in the mountains of Wardak Province in Afghanistan. (REUTERS)

Marine Escapes Improvised Explosive Device in Afghanistan

New photos show Marines narrowly escaping IED blasts in Afghanistan.

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