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Cpl. Matthew J. Dombrowski, 22, from Hammond, Ind., checks his handheld radio before departing Camp Fallujah Mar. 8. He is currently deployed with Security Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and is a scout gunner with 1st Squad, 1st Platoon. The company provides security for military and civilian convoys, vehicle-recovery missions and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team operations. They also conduct mounted security patrols and have formed a personal security detachment for the battalion's commanding officer and V.I.P.'s visiting the base. A majority of the Marines and Sailors are stationed in Camp Pendleton, Calif., and are scheduled to return to the United States summer 2008. - Cpl. Matthew J. Dombrowski, 22, from Hammond, Ind., checks his handheld radio before departing Camp Fallujah Mar. 8. He is currently deployed with Security Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and is a scout gunner with 1st Squad, 1st Platoon. The company provides security for military and civilian convoys, vehicle-recovery missions and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team operations. They also conduct mounted security patrols and have formed a personal security detachment for the battalion's commanding officer and V.I.P.'s visiting the base. A majority of the Marines and Sailors are stationed in Camp Pendleton, Calif., and are scheduled to return to the United States summer 2008.

Pfc. Joshua T. Hatfield, a 22-year-old from Phoenix, adjusts a tire rim in the I.H.O.T. tent ("Iraqi House of Tires") at Camp Fallujah Mar. 6. He's a motor-vehicle mechanic currently assigned to 1st Platoon, Maintenance Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and started a seven-month tour in late February. About 100 Marines make up the company, which is responsible for maintaining and repairing almost every piece of machinery used by Regimental Combat Team 1, 1st Marine Division. They also support all units and organizations based at Camp Fallujah, as well as the military and police transition teams working with the Iraqi Security Forces in the area. - Pfc. Joshua T. Hatfield, a 22-year-old from Phoenix, adjusts a tire rim in the I.H.O.T. tent ("Iraqi House of Tires") at Camp Fallujah Mar. 6. He's a motor-vehicle mechanic currently assigned to 1st Platoon, Maintenance Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and started a seven-month tour in late February. About 100 Marines make up the company, which is responsible for maintaining and repairing almost every piece of machinery used by Regimental Combat Team 1, 1st Marine Division. They also support all units and organizations based at Camp Fallujah, as well as the military and police transition teams working with the Iraqi Security Forces in the area.

Cpl. Jessica A. Cox, a 24-year-old from Waynesville, Mo., controls the flow of patients at a Cooperative Medical Engagement event in as-Saqlawiyah, Iraq, Feb. 29. The event provided free medical care for more than 200 civilians in the community. Iraqi culture discourages male-female interaction in public, so a female team provided care and posted security for women and children. The CME events are continuous throughout Al Anbar Province. The combined effort between Iraqi personnel and coalition forces is part of the Iraqi Women's Engagement program driven by the U.S. Department of State. Cox is deployed to Camp Taqaddum as a utility electrician with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272, 2nd Marine Air Wing. - Cpl. Jessica A. Cox, a 24-year-old from Waynesville, Mo., controls the flow of patients at a Cooperative Medical Engagement event in as-Saqlawiyah, Iraq, Feb. 29. The event provided free medical care for more than 200 civilians in the community. Iraqi culture discourages male-female interaction in public, so a female team provided care and posted security for women and children. The CME events are continuous throughout Al Anbar Province. The combined effort between Iraqi personnel and coalition forces is part of the Iraqi Women's Engagement program driven by the U.S. Department of State. Cox is deployed to Camp Taqaddum as a utility electrician with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272, 2nd Marine Air Wing.

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